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1979-02-08 - Henderson Home News

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1979-02-08 - Henderson Home News
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Stafford, Mary ( Columnist )
Kesterson, Lorna ( Columnist )
Zenoff, Morry ( Columnist )
Jefferson, Andy ( Columnist )
Raymond, Flo ( Columnist )
Eckley, Jean ( Columnist )
Deardoff, Edna ( Columnist )
Newton, Ernest L. ( Columnist )
Fenton, Teddy ( Columnist )
Burt, Debbie ( Columnist )
Huffington, Lee ( Photographer )
Baughman, Richard ( Photographer )
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Zenoff, Morry M.
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1979-02-08
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City and town life -- Nevada -- Henderson
Community life -- Nevada -- Henderson
History -- Henderson (Nev.) -- 20th century
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Selma Bartlett. manager, and her staff invite all the people of tKe city to their open house at the bank from 4 to 7 p.m. The first Henderson branch opened on February 8, 1954 after years of effort by the Henderson Chamber of Commerce to bring a bank to the then. -'iri .z"?"w 25th, Henderson Bank of Nevadadrive to L .„ all of their banking. The first Bank of Nevada was located on Pacific Ave nue. where now can be found bank parking. It was opened by its first manager, C.S. Smitii Jr. Two years later John C. Rayborn became a manager and remained in that position until B.U. Hillis was appointed in 1%1. RECEIVED FEBlB1979r STATE LIBRARY ,NV. a9710 In 1%2 Selma Bartlett was promoted from assisistant manager to manager, a position she still holds. In 1%9 Mrs. Bartlett became an assistant vice president of the bank and in 1971 she was promoted to vice president. The first commercial depositor to open an account was Leo Bryant and his granddaughter, Karen Rae Cowan, was the first to open a savings %%%%i%^ account. Mrs. Bartlett has nearly 30 years of experience in banking. 25 of those years with the Bank of Nevada which she joified just four months after they opened their branch in Henderson. ^ She recalls vividly a time, around 4:30 in the morning, when a newspaper carrier was left in See Happy 25th Con td. on p^. 2 PLUS WEEKLY SHOPPERS MSPLAYINO MERCHANTS' MESSAGES TO MOST OP THE HOMES IN THE HENDERSON-BOULDER CITY AREA Ovr 3Ut Year 12th Edition HENDERSON. NEVADA PHONE 564-1881 — All Departments Thursday, Februai7 8, 1979 TELEPHONE CO SALE TALKS STALLED '.^ HE \^% ^^ '^'^^' T Speak3ff 'Boss For A Day' By Lomo KMtnon If you were awake at 2 a.m. Wed. morning as! was, you would have heard a helicopter hovering around. In our area, it seemed like it jvent ovr the house several times iBd with a tight l< to aieet with their "Boss for a Day," enjoy a continental breakfast and a brief address by Dr. Kenny Guinn, former superintendent of the Clark County School District and presently Administrative vice president of Nevada Savings and Loan. Then the group will adjourn .and leave for their prospective businesses for the morning hours. The luncheon will be held at Nick's Supper Club at noon at which time O'Callaghan, a former Basic High School teacher, will speak. Cost is $3.50 per person. "Boss for a Day" is a comS8RSf?8a8Sa8H!=SJi!ay*888S:5>^^ EDITORIAL Oh For The Good Old Doys Of Our Own School Boards by Morry Zenoff .if munity and DECA sponsored project which has been ongoing for 17 years. Basic High is the only high school in the area to have this particular program. Last year some 50 businesses participated in the popular and growing program. Students will have questions to ask of the business people with whom they are See Gov, Mike Contd. on pg. 2 Building Over $8 Million For First Month in 1979 This city's building started offwith a high of over $8 million in valuations, mostly for new homes, as the January totals showed a new high. This year's total for January was 18,298,568 as compared to $2,382,997 for last year, which was a banner year. There were 104 permits taken out for new homes in Henderson during January with a valuation of $5,718,876. Sixty units of four-plex units brc;ight up the valuation for the montn oy $2,066,580 Other valuations were for residential alterations and additions, concrete, patios, carports, garages, utility buildings, two new commercials valued at $57,648, and others. John Quinn, superintendent of building and .safety, has predicted that the 1979 year might even exceed the 1978 year in building. There were 2874 inspections during the month. McCarthy Boys'Club Speaker Sheriff John McCarthy will be the special guest speaker and former Govenior WK O'Callaghan will hand out awards at the recognition banquet of the Henderson Boyi' Cub to be held Friday, Feb. 16 at Nick's Safper Qub on Lake Mead Drive. The general public is invited to atteod the reoofaltlsa baoqaet. There will be DO host oocfctaiU at 6 p.m. sai dlusririi te at 7 p.m. lbs M | | Jl |l
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Thursday. Februry 8,1979 '•••J Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada SELMA BARTLETT HAPPY 25th Contd. ttom pg. 1 an idling car by himself while the distributor was occupied in the paper's office across the street from the bank. The car" started to move and the carrier, in a state of panic, put his foot on the accelerator instead of the brake and the car came right through the building into the vault. "He'd be grown now and probably doesn't even remember the incident," Mrs. Bartlett laughed. Mrs. Bartlett said the bank employed around 15 people in its early days and in the past 25 years the number of employees has only increased by 15, "but." she said, "we did all the bookeeping work in the branch office then. ..Now we have computers that take care of so much of the work that once needed to be done by employees." Many services have been added over the past quarter of a century..."h's difficult to remember when various new services came along but we have Master Charge, check guarantee cards, credit reserve, time certificates, real estate loans which we didn't give then...so many, many services the bank offers to its customers." Mrs. Bartlett related. "Henderson is just a great town...that's all 1 can say." GOV. MIKE Contd. from pg. 1 spending the morning hours, such as, "Doyou like the jobor position in which you work?" or 'How long have you been in this field''" and "If you could go back and start again, would you still choose this career?" udents, where possible, will be matched with an employer in a field in which they are interested. It has been estimated that between 100 and 150 students participate in this project eacltyear and students do not have to be in DEC A to take part in the program which is designed to bring the students closer to the community employers. The Chamber has moved into its new office building on the corner of Lake Mead Drive and Boulder Highway next to St. Rose de Lima Hospital. The Chamber has tentatively set Sat, March 3 as the date of the open house for the new location. It is anticipated that Governor Robert List wiU be oai mcome. He also read part of a letter from Nevada First Thrift, who lease one of the office buildings, in which they said accessabillty to their office would be the major reason for their taking the location. The first plan submitted to the city for the motel complex only showed one curb cut on Water Street as did a second plan, but the third plan showed two cuts, as there were when the Shell station was tocated on that comer, and Phillips was adamant about wanting the two to remain. The issue betore the council was whether there should be one or two driveways. Phillips continued to say that Leroiy Zike, who at one time had the Shell station, would testify that there had not been any bad accidents on the south side of the street in four years and that an extended island on Water Street v^ould present a real problem for businessmen on that comer. "The third set of plans was n^ver reviewed by the public works department." said director Jeff Billingsiey. "They never would have been accepted by our department," countered Planning Director Bob Cordon. "That really irritates me." exploded Councilman Gary Pric*. 'It gh^es a bad, black eye to the cifv when one department approves and another doesn't Parking problems'in the downtown area reared its-ugly head for the city council MOB. night when Jack Elliott of J and K Pharmacy asked that the item be placed on the agenda. Parking problems in the downtown area are not new and with the establishment of the Winner's Circle on Water Street, parking in the city's parking area behind the club and behind the pharmacy, has become congested. The city council set a committee discussbn on the parking problem for next Mon. night at 7 p.m. at the city hall. In other actionrof the council-Approved the placing of seven slot machines at the Winner's Circle. -Approved a package liquor application for a Stop and Go Market at Boulder Highway and Horizon. Jon A. Athey was approved as district director. "Four slot machines were approved for Dante's for the first quarter, and slots at Old Vegas, Rainbow Club, Eldorado Gub, Winner's Circle and Skyline Casino. "Approved the administration to go to bid for vehicles for the 1978-79 budget. --Authorized bids for the Pittman HUD block grant project for $225,000. --Approved authorization for know." "1 really walked into that. Councilman Price," acknowledged Oordon. The council voted unanimously j to allow the two driveways on Water Street to remain-with the driveway ctosest to Lake Mead Dr. as an entrance while the driveway nearest Victory Road will bear a right turn only sign for those who exit through it. bids for a 200 H.P, motor and fittings to be installed as an additional pump at Pump Station P-21 in Green Valley. Estimated cost is $6,400 to be paid from the utility fund. --Postponed offsites for Walter E. Daily. 1632 Chestnut. --Authorized bids lor minor city hall renovation for additional space. "Approved architectural plans for the Stop and Go Market at Boulder Highway and Horizon Dr. --Approved architectural plans for two new stores at 66 E. Basic for Duaine Nielson. --Approved final plans for Carmalo Park. Inc. •-Set for public hearing on Feb. 20 an application for PURD for Bevins construction company to construct 48 units on 4.2 acres zoned R-4 at Palo Verde. Drake and Major Streets known as Oakridge •-Set for discussion a request fpr approval of fees and charges schedule for the Civic Center, parks and recreation. Pittman Residents John hrry hi^ ihoot the Cowfaoyi photo by Lee Hufflngton Burkholder Sports About Freeway Residents of Pittman will meet Sun.. Feb. 11 at 2 p.m. at the Community Center, to discuss the Sunset interchange of the freeway. All people of the area arc invited to attend the meeting to express their views. The Jaguar girls took two straight in their volleyball matchup with Robison Tuesday 16-14, and 15-2. Playing out of a 4-2 set the team showed excellent all around defense and after shaking of a case of first game nerves they went on to dominate Robison in the second game. Angle Wade and Michelle Wilson were the big up f^ont bitters for Burkholder as well as holding in with the most consistant serves with Angle picking up ten in the two games and Michelle hanging in for four important ones to "--'• • '"•' • • '-* -" • help pull out the first game. The Softball team was not as lucky, suffering a 20-10 defeat to the Angels. Two big innings which reaped fourteen runs for Robison were the big difference in the game. As the Jaguar boys were able to come up with ten runs on scattered hitting, the best coming fi-om Mark Cusmino and Mike Harless, but no big innings. Richard Lloyd and Johnny Jaramella took turns on the mound for Burkholder. J-Vand Freshman Bested Sports Schedule Henderson Home News httn4t4iiint I, lSI VOUr SCNOff Editor a NbliiWr •"^ • • '—• • •'•niin Uiut a Otntrtl Mtniaar '•"*" •** • BuJintu Mtn|ernd BMUMptr t"f< M Ikf pMi offlt* M Hn4trMii NvMt u wtM4 claw MMt M JiiM I mi i iMairTMM um ,4,1, :Tbe Basic volleybtll team which finished (burth in its division after being bested by Eldorado Monday evening 15-13, 15-7 will be playing tonight at 7:45 in second round action of the zone volleyball tournament should they come out on top in their Wednesday night game with Valley. They will meet either Chaparral or Rancho both teams which they have beaten this season. The team finished of season play with a 7-7 record. The varsity wrestling squad will be testing the city's best on Friday evening and again on Saturday at Chaparral High in the zone wrestling finals. The Wolves will be hoping to advance enough first, second, and third place ^finishers to be contenders in the foUowing weekend's state tourhey. Wrestling begins at 4 p.m. Friday and at 9 a.m. on Saturday. The junior varsity and freshman basketball teams both took it on the nose on Tuesday opposite Chaparral's Cowboys. The freshmen were downed 60-52 despite a last period comeback which saw the score knotted 50-50 with a minute and a half remaining. The Cowboys were simply too tail pulling down key rebounds on the defensive boards to nip the Wolves last ditch effort. Mike Sandoval stepping into the key topped Wolves, scoring with sixteen while Bryce Carr added twelve and Joe Zbne The Vanity Soccerteam which underwent a disappointing loss 5-0 to Las Vegas High Monday to be knocked into fourth place in the Sunrise Division will hopefully be playing today against the winner of the Gark and Bdorado matchup. This hinges on whether the Wolves take a win over Chaparral in Wednesday night's game. The Wolves have outplayed the Cowboys this season but not outscored them and all the Basic games should be tough for them with starting fMlie Chuck Quadlin out of tiie line up and Russel Crew, an experienced 4eam leader, oat because of i>>; T -fe: Robbin Yancey Has Floor for Aerials I Petit thirteen year old Robbin Yancey is tops among Henderson's Aerial gymnists when it comes to floor exercise and also when it comes to interest in gymnastics-she's right at the top there as well. Her career began doing body toning exercises on the living room floor three and a half years ago and grew through involvement in the Henderson Recreation Department's Gymnasics classes from where she graduated to membership in Henderson's Aerials AAV gymnastics team. -Robbin, a student at Burkholder Junior High, took well to gymnastic competition quickly working through the Class III level of training, showing advanced talents in floor exercise and vaulting her favorite two events. Robbin might be expected to show interests in sports coming from a sporting family as she does with older brothers in football and basketball. However, she is rather quiet about her involvement in the sporting world prefering to watch others and let her own fine performances do the talking for her. A top competitor in Class III, Robbin is continuing to show winning abilities as a Class II gymnist with top finishes in events such as last week's dual meet with the Reno Flips where her sixth place in the floor exercise and flfth place on the uneven bars helped her to the top spot among Aerial flnishes with fifth place overall. Amid herother medals and ribbons one of the most prominent is a good sportsmans trophy received this past year at Caesar's Palace where she was honored along Ivith" top athletes from around the country. This young lady whose big interest in life now is gymnastics thinks she might like to continue on in this pursuit later in life. Hopefully she will be able to find a high, school which offers gymnastics competition (only Clark does at this point) so that she can attain an athletic scholarship to college where she can receive the necessary training to be a top competitor like her idol Nadia Comanecci and perhaps advance from that point to become a teacher in the field. You'll haVe an opportunity to see Robbin and Robbin Yancey Top Aerialist her other Aerial teammates this Saturday as they host Tahoe Recreation and Clark High's teams for Class II competition at 9.30 in the Civic Center Gymnasium. Basic Soccer Sweeties Helping out at Zone tournament O'Neal and Alan Carducci picked up six each. The Cowboys junior varsity took it over Basic I 53-46 by disciplined key defense with a shift zone which for most of the game closed out thee Wolves inside game. The Wolves were led by Scot Elliots fourteen points, twelve from the corner by Jeff Yancey, and seven by Don Ellis. The decisive factor in the gamo was Basic's inability to get to the basket in the late going in order to aomeback on the Cowboys. ^ Varsity Soccer Sweeties J.V. Soccer Sweeties illness. Two games are scheduled today at three and five and two more on Friday at the same times with the championship taking place on Saturday atl p.m. on Basic's field. Las Vegas and Western have already advanced with wins on Tuesdays opening action-Las Vegas over Bonanza and Western topping Valley. Prices are Sl.SO day for adults S.75 for students. t Joe Sheahan picking up a pass for Wolves photo by Richard Baughman /, ^bid
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Thursday. Februry 8,1979 '•••J Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada SELMA BARTLETT HAPPY 25th Contd. ttom pg. 1 an idling car by himself while the distributor was occupied in the paper's office across the street from the bank. The car" started to move and the carrier, in a state of panic, put his foot on the accelerator instead of the brake and the car came right through the building into the vault. "He'd be grown now and probably doesn't even remember the incident," Mrs. Bartlett laughed. Mrs. Bartlett said the bank employed around 15 people in its early days and in the past 25 years the number of employees has only increased by 15, "but." she said, "we did all the bookeeping work in the branch office then. ..Now we have computers that take care of so much of the work that once needed to be done by employees." Many services have been added over the past quarter of a century..."h's difficult to remember when various new services came along but we have Master Charge, check guarantee cards, credit reserve, time certificates, real estate loans which we didn't give then...so many, many services the bank offers to its customers." Mrs. Bartlett related. "Henderson is just a great town...that's all 1 can say." GOV. MIKE Contd. from pg. 1 spending the morning hours, such as, "Doyou like the jobor position in which you work?" or 'How long have you been in this field''" and "If you could go back and start again, would you still choose this career?" udents, where possible, will be matched with an employer in a field in which they are interested. It has been estimated that between 100 and 150 students participate in this project eacltyear and students do not have to be in DEC A to take part in the program which is designed to bring the students closer to the community employers. The Chamber has moved into its new office building on the corner of Lake Mead Drive and Boulder Highway next to St. Rose de Lima Hospital. The Chamber has tentatively set Sat, March 3 as the date of the open house for the new location. It is anticipated that Governor Robert List wiU be oai mcome. He also read part of a letter from Nevada First Thrift, who lease one of the office buildings, in which they said accessabillty to their office would be the major reason for their taking the location. The first plan submitted to the city for the motel complex only showed one curb cut on Water Street as did a second plan, but the third plan showed two cuts, as there were when the Shell station was tocated on that comer, and Phillips was adamant about wanting the two to remain. The issue betore the council was whether there should be one or two driveways. Phillips continued to say that Leroiy Zike, who at one time had the Shell station, would testify that there had not been any bad accidents on the south side of the street in four years and that an extended island on Water Street v^ould present a real problem for businessmen on that comer. "The third set of plans was n^ver reviewed by the public works department." said director Jeff Billingsiey. "They never would have been accepted by our department," countered Planning Director Bob Cordon. "That really irritates me." exploded Councilman Gary Pric*. 'It gh^es a bad, black eye to the cifv when one department approves and another doesn't Parking problems'in the downtown area reared its-ugly head for the city council MOB. night when Jack Elliott of J and K Pharmacy asked that the item be placed on the agenda. Parking problems in the downtown area are not new and with the establishment of the Winner's Circle on Water Street, parking in the city's parking area behind the club and behind the pharmacy, has become congested. The city council set a committee discussbn on the parking problem for next Mon. night at 7 p.m. at the city hall. In other actionrof the council-Approved the placing of seven slot machines at the Winner's Circle. -Approved a package liquor application for a Stop and Go Market at Boulder Highway and Horizon. Jon A. Athey was approved as district director. "Four slot machines were approved for Dante's for the first quarter, and slots at Old Vegas, Rainbow Club, Eldorado Gub, Winner's Circle and Skyline Casino. "Approved the administration to go to bid for vehicles for the 1978-79 budget. --Authorized bids for the Pittman HUD block grant project for $225,000. --Approved authorization for know." "1 really walked into that. Councilman Price," acknowledged Oordon. The council voted unanimously j to allow the two driveways on Water Street to remain-with the driveway ctosest to Lake Mead Dr. as an entrance while the driveway nearest Victory Road will bear a right turn only sign for those who exit through it. bids for a 200 H.P, motor and fittings to be installed as an additional pump at Pump Station P-21 in Green Valley. Estimated cost is $6,400 to be paid from the utility fund. --Postponed offsites for Walter E. Daily. 1632 Chestnut. --Authorized bids lor minor city hall renovation for additional space. "Approved architectural plans for the Stop and Go Market at Boulder Highway and Horizon Dr. --Approved architectural plans for two new stores at 66 E. Basic for Duaine Nielson. --Approved final plans for Carmalo Park. Inc. •-Set for public hearing on Feb. 20 an application for PURD for Bevins construction company to construct 48 units on 4.2 acres zoned R-4 at Palo Verde. Drake and Major Streets known as Oakridge •-Set for discussion a request fpr approval of fees and charges schedule for the Civic Center, parks and recreation. Pittman Residents John hrry hi^ ihoot the Cowfaoyi photo by Lee Hufflngton Burkholder Sports About Freeway Residents of Pittman will meet Sun.. Feb. 11 at 2 p.m. at the Community Center, to discuss the Sunset interchange of the freeway. All people of the area arc invited to attend the meeting to express their views. The Jaguar girls took two straight in their volleyball matchup with Robison Tuesday 16-14, and 15-2. Playing out of a 4-2 set the team showed excellent all around defense and after shaking of a case of first game nerves they went on to dominate Robison in the second game. Angle Wade and Michelle Wilson were the big up f^ont bitters for Burkholder as well as holding in with the most consistant serves with Angle picking up ten in the two games and Michelle hanging in for four important ones to "--'• • '"•' • • '-* -" • help pull out the first game. The Softball team was not as lucky, suffering a 20-10 defeat to the Angels. Two big innings which reaped fourteen runs for Robison were the big difference in the game. As the Jaguar boys were able to come up with ten runs on scattered hitting, the best coming fi-om Mark Cusmino and Mike Harless, but no big innings. Richard Lloyd and Johnny Jaramella took turns on the mound for Burkholder. J-Vand Freshman Bested Sports Schedule Henderson Home News httn4t4iiint I, lSI VOUr SCNOff Editor a NbliiWr •"^ • • '—• • •'•niin Uiut a Otntrtl Mtniaar '•"*" •** • BuJintu Mtn|ernd BMUMptr t"f< M Ikf pMi offlt* M Hn4trMii NvMt u wtM4 claw MMt M JiiM I mi i iMairTMM um ,4,1, :Tbe Basic volleybtll team which finished (burth in its division after being bested by Eldorado Monday evening 15-13, 15-7 will be playing tonight at 7:45 in second round action of the zone volleyball tournament should they come out on top in their Wednesday night game with Valley. They will meet either Chaparral or Rancho both teams which they have beaten this season. The team finished of season play with a 7-7 record. The varsity wrestling squad will be testing the city's best on Friday evening and again on Saturday at Chaparral High in the zone wrestling finals. The Wolves will be hoping to advance enough first, second, and third place ^finishers to be contenders in the foUowing weekend's state tourhey. Wrestling begins at 4 p.m. Friday and at 9 a.m. on Saturday. The junior varsity and freshman basketball teams both took it on the nose on Tuesday opposite Chaparral's Cowboys. The freshmen were downed 60-52 despite a last period comeback which saw the score knotted 50-50 with a minute and a half remaining. The Cowboys were simply too tail pulling down key rebounds on the defensive boards to nip the Wolves last ditch effort. Mike Sandoval stepping into the key topped Wolves, scoring with sixteen while Bryce Carr added twelve and Joe Zbne The Vanity Soccerteam which underwent a disappointing loss 5-0 to Las Vegas High Monday to be knocked into fourth place in the Sunrise Division will hopefully be playing today against the winner of the Gark and Bdorado matchup. This hinges on whether the Wolves take a win over Chaparral in Wednesday night's game. The Wolves have outplayed the Cowboys this season but not outscored them and all the Basic games should be tough for them with starting fMlie Chuck Quadlin out of tiie line up and Russel Crew, an experienced 4eam leader, oat because of i>>; T -fe: Robbin Yancey Has Floor for Aerials I Petit thirteen year old Robbin Yancey is tops among Henderson's Aerial gymnists when it comes to floor exercise and also when it comes to interest in gymnastics-she's right at the top there as well. Her career began doing body toning exercises on the living room floor three and a half years ago and grew through involvement in the Henderson Recreation Department's Gymnasics classes from where she graduated to membership in Henderson's Aerials AAV gymnastics team. -Robbin, a student at Burkholder Junior High, took well to gymnastic competition quickly working through the Class III level of training, showing advanced talents in floor exercise and vaulting her favorite two events. Robbin might be expected to show interests in sports coming from a sporting family as she does with older brothers in football and basketball. However, she is rather quiet about her involvement in the sporting world prefering to watch others and let her own fine performances do the talking for her. A top competitor in Class III, Robbin is continuing to show winning abilities as a Class II gymnist with top finishes in events such as last week's dual meet with the Reno Flips where her sixth place in the floor exercise and flfth place on the uneven bars helped her to the top spot among Aerial flnishes with fifth place overall. Amid herother medals and ribbons one of the most prominent is a good sportsmans trophy received this past year at Caesar's Palace where she was honored along Ivith" top athletes from around the country. This young lady whose big interest in life now is gymnastics thinks she might like to continue on in this pursuit later in life. Hopefully she will be able to find a high, school which offers gymnastics competition (only Clark does at this point) so that she can attain an athletic scholarship to college where she can receive the necessary training to be a top competitor like her idol Nadia Comanecci and perhaps advance from that point to become a teacher in the field. You'll haVe an opportunity to see Robbin and Robbin Yancey Top Aerialist her other Aerial teammates this Saturday as they host Tahoe Recreation and Clark High's teams for Class II competition at 9.30 in the Civic Center Gymnasium. Basic Soccer Sweeties Helping out at Zone tournament O'Neal and Alan Carducci picked up six each. The Cowboys junior varsity took it over Basic I 53-46 by disciplined key defense with a shift zone which for most of the game closed out thee Wolves inside game. The Wolves were led by Scot Elliots fourteen points, twelve from the corner by Jeff Yancey, and seven by Don Ellis. The decisive factor in the gamo was Basic's inability to get to the basket in the late going in order to aomeback on the Cowboys. ^ Varsity Soccer Sweeties J.V. Soccer Sweeties illness. Two games are scheduled today at three and five and two more on Friday at the same times with the championship taking place on Saturday atl p.m. on Basic's field. Las Vegas and Western have already advanced with wins on Tuesdays opening action-Las Vegas over Bonanza and Western topping Valley. Prices are Sl.SO day for adults S.75 for students. t Joe Sheahan picking up a pass for Wolves photo by Richard Baughman /, ^bid
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" • 'W Henderson Home News, Henderson. Nevada Christy Winlow Selected fhi Chapte r Valentine Queen Thursday, February 8,1979 Highland Hills 'A Distinctive Way to Live' Phi Chapter of Beta $igma Phi is proud to announce the birth of a brand new baby boy to -one of our members. Terry Lange, and her husband. Rick. Little Christopher Lange was bom on January 19 and the proud parents and new son are all doing well. Congratulations! Also congratulations go out to our three newest members, Martha Hunsaker. Kitty English and Glenna Giles. A beautiful candlelight ceremony was conducted by our sponsor. Dot Swackhamer, at the lovely home of Carolyn Guinn.Afterwirds all members enjoyed a most delicious Italian dinner. We are all proud to welcome these three new girls to Phi chapter as our sisters in sorority. —And still more conA breathtaldng view of the entire valley is but one of the many special advantages enjoyed by residents of Chism Homes Highland Hills. Nestled in the beautiful Black Mountain foothills„Highland Hills has become one of Southern Navada's favorite communities. It was developed several years ago by a pioneer Las Vegan, Hank Chism, who has been a major Southwest builder for more than 30 years. When Hank Chism built Highland Hills, he planned a community that would be different, distinctive, and would offer homeowners a real choice in living styles. Highland Hills was built as a model community fyom the very beginning. All utilities are conveniently placed underground. Streets are curved and winding, a refreshing break from the traditional straight lined streets, and are extra wide and well lighted. Over 400 families have agreed with Hank Chism's alternative life style at Highland Hills, and have chosen to make their home in the serene country atmosphere, removed tnm the hustle and bustle of crowded city living. Recreation abounds at this distinctive community. It's minutes from Lake Mead, and that means swimming, fishing, boating, skiing, etc. O'Callaghan park, with tennis courts, playground facilities, a baseball diamond, football field, and handball court is nearby, and the Black Mountain Country Club is just across the way. There was little Hank Chism didn't think of when he planned Highland Hills, including flve different floor plans, each with outstanding features, energy conservation, and luxuries such as illuminated kitchen ceilings and optional fireplaces. Residents come from all walks of life, including members of the Henderson city government, Las Vegas businessmen, families who prefer country living, and sports enthusiasts who> benefit from the extijnsive recreational opportunities. Highland Hills sales ofTice is open daily, from 11a.m. to dusk. Take the Boulder Highway past Henderson to Horizon Drive and turn right, and you'll see just hew distinctive Highland Hills really is. li Heather Hillsteod locol Ywrth jitizensliip Award. Wiimer CHRISTY WIN LOW Phi Chapter Valentine Queen gratulations go out, this time to our Valentine -Queen Christy Winlow Christy will be treated to a dinner in her honor on February 21 at Viva Zapata's Mexican Re staurant. All Phi mem bers will be present to "crown' her as well as exchange secret sister gifts with each other. We're looking forward to a festive evening. Lutheran Church News —The congregation of Our Savior's Lutheran Church extends a warm welcome to worship with us. Our Pastor is the Rev. Ronald Mayer, and the services begin at 1045 am., the church is located at 59 Lynn Lane, next to the Recreation Center. The Sacrament of Holy Communion is celebrated the 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month. Sunday School classe.s for children of all ages and the Adult Bible Study class meet at 9:30 a.m. The Tuesday morning ladies Bible Study group meets at 9:00 a.m. Confirmation classes for the youth meets at 6:00 p.m on Tuesday at the church. Choir practice time has been changed to Thursday at 6:00 pm.. The February meeting of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League will meet at 730 on Thursday in the Parish Hall All women ofthe congregation are invited to attend Mark your calendar for February I4th • plan to attend the annual Valentine Luncheon for the Good Shepherd Homes of the West (for retarded people). The annual Day of Prayer will be held on February 23 at First Good Shepherd Church in Las Vegas. The monthly Bake Sale will be held after services next Sunday with proceeds going to ward the Organ Fund. For Prayer Chain requests please call 564-1627. Pastor's CorneF "God changes our hearts ~i we must change our minds!" Heather Hillstead of Basic High School was selected the local winner of the Youth Citizenship Award sponsored by the Soroptimist Club of Henderson. The judging, done by Selma Bartlett, Caesar Caviglia and Lou Ladership, service, and dependability. Heather competed in a class race with Rhea Gifford. Donna Seegmiller. and Pamela Sue Tabor all ofBasic High School. Her application will now be forwarded to the DisAGENDA February 12. 1979 7:00 P.M. RECESSED & COMMITTEE MEETINGS HENDERSON CITY COUNCIL COUNCIL CHAMBER — 243 WATER STREET NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Recessed Meeting of file City Council of the City of Henderson, Clark County. Nevada, will be held at the City Hall. 243 Water Street, in the City of Henderson, in the County of Clark and State of Nevada, at 7 00 P M on Monday, the 12th day of February. 1979. for the purpose of considering the adoption of a resolution authorizing the public sale of the City's general obligation water bonds, and providing details concernine the public sale and the bonds: and for the transaction of such other business incidental to the foregoing as miy come before the meeting SI Lorm L. Williams. Mayor (s) Dorothy A. Vondenbrink. CMC. City Clerk Puppet Show Presented To Robert Taylor Students ../ A puppet show. "Jack and the Beanstalk." was presented to the students at Robert Taylor School. Wednesday. January 24, in the multipurpose room. The show, brought by the Thompson Marionette Company of California, was seen, and enjoyed, by all grade levels. In Mrs. Phyllis Halls third grade, the show was later a topic for class discussion, in which Mrs. Hall skillfully incorporated a few concepts being taught in her class. Some of the questions asked by the class were: Why was the cow bigger than the boy? Was the giant a puppet or one of the men' How did thev make the clouds move? How could the Big giant come down that Very Small Vine? Why did the man's foot look so large? Led by Mrs. Hall, the suggested answers drew forth realizations of differences in size of some properties as opposed to others and to effects that might be produced which differed from reality. However, the chief thrill for the class was being alloucd to go tackstage to see the props behind the presentation to the crowd. This was a first experience for some and one which supplied a basis for the class discussion which foHowed. EmUem CU) Pbns Sweetheart Bal RECESSED MEETING 7:00 PM I CONFIRMATION OF POSTING II CALL TO ORDER. ROLL CALL 111. PRESENTATION TO COUNCIL • Residents and Bus mess People ofPittman IV ACCEPTANCE OF AGENDA V ORDER OF BUSINESS: 1. RESOLUTION • 4-1-79 PUBLIC SALE RESOU'TION Henderson General Obligation Wat.r Bonds Series April 1,1979 in'Aggregate Principal amount of'$1.52O,00O 2 RESOLUTION GRANTING PRELIMINARY APPROVAL TO HESSE CORPORATION for financing through the Henderson Public Improvement Trust Bonds 3 BILL NO 193 ORD APPROVING APPUC \TION FOR PROJECT FINANCED BY REVENt E BOND TO BE ISSUED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE CITY OF HENDERSON PUBLIC IM PROVEMENT TRUST. AND APPROVING PRO JECT SETFORTH IN APPLICATION OF ENNIS BUSINESS FORMS. INC (Read in Title) 4 AUTHORIZATION TO NEGOTIATE WITH CLARK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT for Joint Development of Fay Galloway Elementary School Park 5 PETITION FOR ANNEXATION • 80 acres in SecUon 12, T22S. R61E. the S-4 of the NE-V4 Petitioner Kenneth R. and Melinda Rileysubmit ted by Bay Colony Properties as the agent. 6 PETITION FOR ANNEXATION • 120 Acres in Section 13, T22S, R81E two parcels (I) S W-V ofthe NE v and (2) Eh ofthe NE-^ Petitioner Equity Corp, D E Farmer, President. 7 AGREEMENT W Gardner • Bingo Barn Offsite Improvements 8 AUTHORIZATION To call for bids for Automa tic Chlorination System • Lortn L. Williams Municipal Pool The Henderson Emblem Club presents live music by Rudy Casein 00 February 10th at the Elks Lodge on Lake Mead Drive for the annual Sweet heart Ball. A chicken dinner will be prepared by Chef Ray Hughes. Dorothy 4)edmon and Bunny Wilcock, with the able assistance of Elks and Emblem Club members. Dinner will be served at 7 p.m. with dancing at 8:30 p.m. Donationof $3.50 per person for both. There will be door prizes and a raffle. Don't miss this evening of fun and entertainment and Dorothy's fried chicken. See you there. COMIIITTEE MEETING Immediately following the Recessed Meeting I. CALL TO ORDER II. ACCEPTANCE OF AGENDA HI ORDER OF BUSINESS: 1. DISCUSSION Parking in Downtown area -Jack Elliott 2. DISCUSSION Priority Projecti Reporta Councilman Stout 3. FAU HIGHWAY SYSTEMS DISCUSSION trict Competition. The prize for the Regional Area will be $1,000 ami the Federation finalist will receive a 11.500 award. Approxi mately $20,000 merit awards will be given throughout the Southwest by the Soroptimist Club to High School Seniors who serve as examples of responsible citizenship. The Soroptimist Club works to maintain high ethical standardards in business and profesUGAL NOTig PUBUC NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Ihit the City Council of Ow City of Hndcr>on ronddered the paauge of an OrdintBcc tl t^cir Rcfulir Hetln( on Jinuiry 21 l*79. cnli tied BILL NO in "AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTIONS 13.04.040 (WATER MAIN EXTENSION FEE) AND 13 OI.OW fSEWER MAIN EXTBN SIGN rsB or Tm MENDCRSON MUNiaPAL CODE AND PROVID INC OTHER MATTERS RELATED THEnrro which hu bn rcftrred to a Committee ofthe Council as a Whole for Mudy and retommendation and a copy of said Ordinance hii been filed with the City Clerk for (encral puhlir scrutiny The Cammitler Meelinf will be held following the Recessed Meetinf which will be held February 12 1>7. at 7 00 P M in the Council Chamber at City Hall.243Wiicr Street TbeCoancil will adept or rejwt IhU OrdlMIM within 30 days DATED tbli etb day of February \m. and published in the Hender son Home New> February I. 197( IS) Dorotty A Vondenbrink DOROTHY A VONOeNBRINK. CMC cmr CLERK H Feb I97( PUBUC NOTICE ORDINANCE NO Sn A N ORDINANCtor THE CPTY OF HENDERSON. NEVADA AN ORDINANCE TO AMEN6 HENDCRSON MUNICIPAL CODE n 2S 010 TO EXTEND THE PERIOD FOR ACCRUAL OF COMPENSAT ORV TIME TO FOUR PAY PERIODS AND PROVIDING OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERTTO" The above Bill No 1H and forefoinf ordinance was Hrsl proposed and read in title to the City Couneil of the City of Hcttdcne*. Nevada, on January IS. 1979, wfeich wat a Refular Meeting ofthe Coun ril and referred to the followinf romnltlM "COUNCIL AS A WHOLC" for recommendation PUBUC NOTICE U hereby given that UM ijryevritun copies of the jbovementioncd Ordinance arc IINA KESTERSON VOTING "NAV NONE ABSENT NONE > Lwla U WUIUw 1>0RIN U WnXIAMS, MAYOR ATHST: Dorttfer A VoadMbrtnk DOROTHY A VONDtNimNK. CMC, Crrv CLERK Hrekaim sional life, to strive for human rights for for all people, and also to develop the spirit of friendship. Motorboat Registrations on Increase "The number of motorboats registered in Nevada during 1978 increased over the previous jvear," according to Bill Parsons, Department of Fish and Game Law Enforcement Chief, "with more than two-fold gain noted in the 12 years since the department assumed responsibility for the Nevada Boat Act." Nevada registered and titled 24,339 motorboats last year compared to 11.149 in I9W) and according to Parsons. "This significant increase* in boats is not only a result of the state's population growth but also an increase in the popularity of water oriented recreation." Prior to 1966. the boat program was administered by the Department of Motor Vehiclesand boating laws were enforced by officers of the Highway Patrol and local. Sheriffs offices as part of their routine enforcement assignments. Ofthe 24.339 watercraft registered in 1978. 13.053 were from Qark County. Other counties contributing a large share of boats were Washoe with 6,263. Carson City with 1.056 and Douglas with 1.018. The least number of boats registered in Esmeralda County with eight. -Eureka County whh 21 and Storey with 29. ..R06!RTSIiAW HARRISON FONI BAiBAWBACH EOWAIDfOX c'tOICEIOFRiNAyftMM-l!;^ UllWUmiS fKHMDKKi AUNUKl ......atmuM VHa<-i^JMlll aMMWI Ml nn.Orr MUM Ik jwMKCatuikl I IU-fMWWIIT(M:^ NEXT ATTRACTION 5 BIG DAYS FEB. 11-12-13-14-15 4. LAMD SALE REQUEST Section 2, T22S. R63E Chiirn Homes 5. GARBAGE DISPOSAL CONTRACT • Reqaest Rate Increase 6 FEES AND CHARGE SCHEDULE for Civic Center • Parlu and Recreation 7 CODE OF ETHICS Consideration for adoption 8 BILL NO 192 Water and Sewer Main Exteniion Feei Amending Sections 1304 040and 13.06040 Action People The Community Church of Henderson, United Church of Christ, located at 27 E. Texas Ave. and Army St., one block North of the Rainbow Cub. would tike to invite you to join our Sunday worship service which begins at 10:30 a.m. Rev. Bob Richards will deliver his sermon entitled "The Critical Side" Sunday School is from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. We have classes for three year olds thru adults. Presently we are using the Joy Cirriculum from the Winston Press. Our Youth Group meets each Sunday evening at 6:00 p.m. in Gilbert Hall. Sixth, through twelfth graders are involved in the Youth Group. URL BARDIN -Owner and President of Burl's Jire Center. 38 Navy Street, Henderson, meets JFith the "Action People" camera! Mr. Bardin. t iuthful and enterprising, depicts the essence progressiveness. His ofhce headquaiters are at Henderson's Burl's which happens to be the first and oldest of a chain of seven. "I received my first job in the tire business with Good Year in 1958." the suave and good looking proprietor related, "and I started as a ;salesman in Los Angeles, California." Since ithen Burl has managed many "name" tire comt any stores throughout the western United tates. He worked in the Utah Valley Area from ^2 until 1968 and moved to Los Angeles in 1969 where he served as a store manager until he started his own store in Henderson in 1971. Burl's Tire Center prospered and Mr. Bardin how owns stores throughout Southern Nevada including Las Vegas and Boulder City; not excluding the store in Salt Lake City, Utah. Working six days per week, Monday through Saturday with a time schedule of 8 am to 6pm. Burl enjoys his work and dealing with the public. He takes the tire business seriously and carries a complete line of "wheels" merchandise. His line includes name brands such as: El Dorado; B.F. Goodrich; National; Kelly Springfield, and others. Mr. Bardin's duties ificTiide; Rill hialiagement of all operations; personnel; ordering; supervision; and acting as President of the Corporation Born in Dewar, Oklahoma. Burl's parents. James and Bonnie Bardin, have witnessed their son's achievement in his field. They reside in Henderson and have seen the rapid expansion of the stores. Burl spent a good deal of his childhood in Whittier, California but is was not until 1958 when Burl visited his mother during a vacation in Utah that he net Janice Anderson who happened to be visiting her sister across the street. The following year the couple were married and Burl embraced the Mormom faith. The union has produced nine children ranging in age • /rom three years to twenty-three. "I love and am proud of each and every one ofthe children," Mr. Bardin mentioned. The family attend the LDS Church in Henderson. Sports and hobbies: "For me there is one sport, hobby, or form of entertainment I enjoy and that is auto racing. That would take up most of my spare time aside from the business,' he smiled. Burl has acquired medals, plaques and trophies from his professional racing. He raced for one and one-half years and has appeared in the Superstocks and NASCAR races. Future plans will find Mr. Bardin opening a store in Reno; building a new store in Henderson; and one more in Las Vegas meeting the demand of an ever growing population. The yearofl979will more than likely bring the total store count from six to nine. Burl is a Member of the Las Vegas and Henderson Chamber of Commerc. Burl Bardin is straight forward about his success: "Success in the retail field is to sell quality products at fair prices. Deal honestly with the people and treat each one with fairness. Use past mistakes as 'stepping stones' in the path of life but do not take valuable time to dwell on the past either for mistakes or achievements. Work for the best TODAY with a healthy slant towards the future!" 1 H-Feb. 1.1979 EVERY SUNDAY 8:00 P.M. SENIOR OTIZENS ADMISSION ONE DOUAR SHOWTIMES MGKTIY SUN. THRU THURS. AT Iffll PM SHOWS JVERY FR ft SAT. AT 7 ft IPM MATMS EVB1Y SAT. ft SUN. AT 2fl PM ADULTS CHKOREN | m $1110 THIS NEW COAT MEANS WE HAVE EVEN MORE HOME SEUING IDEAS UP OUR SLEEVE A*. fRA* teal estate |otPiiiondK \\t' cjn oiter \ou the thn-e most imporljnt b'nefils in.home buvingand sfllmj; — limiU'd home vxdrfdnties and national c'xiKJiure. Home Mien frotef tion. A majof I'xpt'ny.' u '^omrlhinn \ou don't nwd )u>t belore \ou sell vour hofm-. [R.A' Hotnc SeiliTs Proierlion covers mo<.t marot vvorking home coni(>om'nts Irom two \Ai>ks alter vou derid*' to sell right up until iln'dj\ Ms sold (|80-dj\ maximumv Rpgardloss ot whjt it costs vou pav onl\ a rrvxiest deductible. Home Buyen Proleflion. (RA* Home BuuTs Prolprtion workv tlie same v\av. protecting buvets against tlie cost oi repairer replacement of most maior home components tor a lull sear Irom date oi sjle Agjm there is onl\ a modest deducfit>le This |usi naturally makes \ouf honit more atlraclne and a befler buv NiliofMl EipoMjre. Remember too that up to 40^ of all homeii are bought bv oul-oi-towners This lurther increases the chances ot a faster sale at a better price through us. Thanks to the ERA* nationwide electronic photo-data network, prospertne buyers all over the countrv get a good look at \our home. V\t hope >ou like what we have up our sleeve' And we hope vou'H take advantage of it When vou re readv lo buv or sell a home, give us a call. /4lyou need to know hRB^EsMe: Elcclronic RciHy AfwliMn Black Mounfoin Reolty 564-2727 :.** Sermon Topic the Women's Association meets the 3rd Wed. of each month at 1:00 p.m. in Gilbert Hall. The Women's Association is a very active group which lends itself to Christian living and service. For the ladies that work during the day we have an evening Christian fellowship for women, the Joy Fellowship. The Joy Fellowship meets the fourth Thursday of each month in members homes. An adult discussion group is available for anyone interested. They are now studying how to communicate better with one another. This group meets the first Sunday oT each month in the Educational Building at 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. •If you have any questions about the Community Church please feel free to call our office. 5(>5-8563. Our office is open Mon. 9-12 Noon. Wed. thru Friday 9-12 Noon. Come join us; we would love to have you worship with us. Thursday. February 8.1979 St Rose de Uma Birlhs February 1; Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lee. Las Vegas. ~February 2; Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Petaker. Las Vegas. Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Usrey. Moapa Boy to iit' and Mrs. Edward Steele. Kingman, Arizona. February 4; Girl to Mr. and Mrs. David Lew. Boulder City. February 5; Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Thomas. Las Vegas. Senior Citizens Social Club Be sure and turn out for the Senior Citizen's Social Club meeting in Room 30, Civic Center. Friday, Feb. 9 from 12:30 until 4 p.m. It's the monthly potluck. Bring a dish and join the fun. Besides the chow, there'll beeard gamcs^nd r good time visiting. See you there. BouMerCHy nUTIE PHONE 293-314SI I •WATERSHIP DOWN" 6:00 & 7:52 SATURDAY ^MW IhniifiOit^idM'M ROTARY'S ANNUAL FOUR WAY TEST speech contest was held this Tuesday with three Basic High School students competing to represent the Henderson Rotary against winners from other clubs. Leroy Zilte. Rotary president, is shown presenting Basic's winner, Rcnce Coylc. with a $25 prize. Other contestants, who each received a $10 prize were Casey Potter and Debbie Ferryman. ERA Bkick Mountain Realty [B All you need to know in Real Estate. [.)( h oihce indfiH'ndenilv owned and op'rjtod RESIDINHAL — BEHY'S BACK — AND SHE HAS THIS NEWLY CONSTRUCTED HOME • :} BEDRM. 1^4 BATH HOME WITH COURTYARD ENTRY AND 2 CAR GARAGE. IT ALSO HAS A DISHWASHER. SEPARATE DINING ROOM AND IS ON A LARGE LOT. MANY EXTRAS" IN THIS WELL-PLANNED HOME. EVENINGS ... CALL 564-2447 — PRICED TO SELL — ONE YEAR WARRANTY WITH THIS 3 BEDROOM CONDO. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY AVAILABLE FOR QUALIFIED BUYER. $34,000.00. — VAUEY VIEW YOU WILL LOVE THIS 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOME THAT IS CLOSE TO SCHOOLS. — CALL JOAN — BRAND NEW 3 BEDROOM. 2 BATH HOME COLOR COORDINATED KITCHEN. PICK YOUR OWN COLOR CARPETING. EVEN INGS, CALL 564-1393. — ONE YUR WARRANH — ON THIS CUTE 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH ON A QUIET CUL-DE-SAC. — CUTE STARTER — WITH IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. THIS 2 BEDROOM CONDO IS JUST WAITING FOR THE RIGHT PERSON. — HIGNLAND MUS — EXTRA NICE NEIGHBORHOOD ~ FOUR BEDROOMS. 2 FULL BATHS FRONT AND BACK PATIOS DOUBLE GARAGE NEEDS SOME TENDER LOVING CARE CALL JOAN. — LARGE VAUEY YKW — 3 BEDROOM. W BATHS. DEN, EXTRA LARGE MASTER BEDROOM. PANELING AND MIRRORS THROUGHOUT PRICED RIGHT! LAND — MISSION HIILS — 1 ACRE ALREADY GRADED FOR HOME — Vl% ACRES OF R-1 PROPERH 24 ACRES OF Rl PROPERTY LOCATED NEAR BASIC HIGH SCHOOL MANY NEW HOMES BEING BUILT IN SURROUNDING AREA. — — HIGHWAY FRONTAGE — 6 ACRE ON LAKE MEAD DR AT CENTER STREET. CALL KEN AT 565 8326 — R-1 ACRES — 3,27 CLOSE TO HIGH SCHOOL. EVENINGS CALL 565-8326. — BRIANHEAD — 56 ACRE CLOSE TO SKI LIFTS. EVENINGS CALL 565-8326 — PARAMSE HaiS — 74 ACRES WITH BEAUTIFUL VIEW OF VEGAS VALLEY. — BOULDER HWY. — 375' OF FRONTAGE BUY ALL OR PART ZONED C-2. CALL KEN AT 565-8326 — 2.5 ACRES ZONED R-1 CLOSE TO HIGH SCHOOL. EVENINGS CALL 565-8326 --~r — LAKE MEAD DR. — 1.4 ACRE ZONED C 2. WEST LAKE MEAD — TWO 24 ACRE LOTS ZONED FOR RESIDENTIAL. CALL KEN AT 565-8326. — COMMERGAL— 6 ACRE ON LAKE MEAD DRlVt AT CENTER STREET EVENINGS CALL 565^26 564-2727 107-A WATER STREET VALLEY BANK BUILDING

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" • 'W Henderson Home News, Henderson. Nevada Christy Winlow Selected fhi Chapte r Valentine Queen Thursday, February 8,1979 Highland Hills 'A Distinctive Way to Live' Phi Chapter of Beta $igma Phi is proud to announce the birth of a brand new baby boy to -one of our members. Terry Lange, and her husband. Rick. Little Christopher Lange was bom on January 19 and the proud parents and new son are all doing well. Congratulations! Also congratulations go out to our three newest members, Martha Hunsaker. Kitty English and Glenna Giles. A beautiful candlelight ceremony was conducted by our sponsor. Dot Swackhamer, at the lovely home of Carolyn Guinn.Afterwirds all members enjoyed a most delicious Italian dinner. We are all proud to welcome these three new girls to Phi chapter as our sisters in sorority. —And still more conA breathtaldng view of the entire valley is but one of the many special advantages enjoyed by residents of Chism Homes Highland Hills. Nestled in the beautiful Black Mountain foothills„Highland Hills has become one of Southern Navada's favorite communities. It was developed several years ago by a pioneer Las Vegan, Hank Chism, who has been a major Southwest builder for more than 30 years. When Hank Chism built Highland Hills, he planned a community that would be different, distinctive, and would offer homeowners a real choice in living styles. Highland Hills was built as a model community fyom the very beginning. All utilities are conveniently placed underground. Streets are curved and winding, a refreshing break from the traditional straight lined streets, and are extra wide and well lighted. Over 400 families have agreed with Hank Chism's alternative life style at Highland Hills, and have chosen to make their home in the serene country atmosphere, removed tnm the hustle and bustle of crowded city living. Recreation abounds at this distinctive community. It's minutes from Lake Mead, and that means swimming, fishing, boating, skiing, etc. O'Callaghan park, with tennis courts, playground facilities, a baseball diamond, football field, and handball court is nearby, and the Black Mountain Country Club is just across the way. There was little Hank Chism didn't think of when he planned Highland Hills, including flve different floor plans, each with outstanding features, energy conservation, and luxuries such as illuminated kitchen ceilings and optional fireplaces. Residents come from all walks of life, including members of the Henderson city government, Las Vegas businessmen, families who prefer country living, and sports enthusiasts who> benefit from the extijnsive recreational opportunities. Highland Hills sales ofTice is open daily, from 11a.m. to dusk. Take the Boulder Highway past Henderson to Horizon Drive and turn right, and you'll see just hew distinctive Highland Hills really is. li Heather Hillsteod locol Ywrth jitizensliip Award. Wiimer CHRISTY WIN LOW Phi Chapter Valentine Queen gratulations go out, this time to our Valentine -Queen Christy Winlow Christy will be treated to a dinner in her honor on February 21 at Viva Zapata's Mexican Re staurant. All Phi mem bers will be present to "crown' her as well as exchange secret sister gifts with each other. We're looking forward to a festive evening. Lutheran Church News —The congregation of Our Savior's Lutheran Church extends a warm welcome to worship with us. Our Pastor is the Rev. Ronald Mayer, and the services begin at 1045 am., the church is located at 59 Lynn Lane, next to the Recreation Center. The Sacrament of Holy Communion is celebrated the 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month. Sunday School classe.s for children of all ages and the Adult Bible Study class meet at 9:30 a.m. The Tuesday morning ladies Bible Study group meets at 9:00 a.m. Confirmation classes for the youth meets at 6:00 p.m on Tuesday at the church. Choir practice time has been changed to Thursday at 6:00 pm.. The February meeting of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League will meet at 730 on Thursday in the Parish Hall All women ofthe congregation are invited to attend Mark your calendar for February I4th • plan to attend the annual Valentine Luncheon for the Good Shepherd Homes of the West (for retarded people). The annual Day of Prayer will be held on February 23 at First Good Shepherd Church in Las Vegas. The monthly Bake Sale will be held after services next Sunday with proceeds going to ward the Organ Fund. For Prayer Chain requests please call 564-1627. Pastor's CorneF "God changes our hearts ~i we must change our minds!" Heather Hillstead of Basic High School was selected the local winner of the Youth Citizenship Award sponsored by the Soroptimist Club of Henderson. The judging, done by Selma Bartlett, Caesar Caviglia and Lou Ladership, service, and dependability. Heather competed in a class race with Rhea Gifford. Donna Seegmiller. and Pamela Sue Tabor all ofBasic High School. Her application will now be forwarded to the DisAGENDA February 12. 1979 7:00 P.M. RECESSED & COMMITTEE MEETINGS HENDERSON CITY COUNCIL COUNCIL CHAMBER — 243 WATER STREET NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Recessed Meeting of file City Council of the City of Henderson, Clark County. Nevada, will be held at the City Hall. 243 Water Street, in the City of Henderson, in the County of Clark and State of Nevada, at 7 00 P M on Monday, the 12th day of February. 1979. for the purpose of considering the adoption of a resolution authorizing the public sale of the City's general obligation water bonds, and providing details concernine the public sale and the bonds: and for the transaction of such other business incidental to the foregoing as miy come before the meeting SI Lorm L. Williams. Mayor (s) Dorothy A. Vondenbrink. CMC. City Clerk Puppet Show Presented To Robert Taylor Students ../ A puppet show. "Jack and the Beanstalk." was presented to the students at Robert Taylor School. Wednesday. January 24, in the multipurpose room. The show, brought by the Thompson Marionette Company of California, was seen, and enjoyed, by all grade levels. In Mrs. Phyllis Halls third grade, the show was later a topic for class discussion, in which Mrs. Hall skillfully incorporated a few concepts being taught in her class. Some of the questions asked by the class were: Why was the cow bigger than the boy? Was the giant a puppet or one of the men' How did thev make the clouds move? How could the Big giant come down that Very Small Vine? Why did the man's foot look so large? Led by Mrs. Hall, the suggested answers drew forth realizations of differences in size of some properties as opposed to others and to effects that might be produced which differed from reality. However, the chief thrill for the class was being alloucd to go tackstage to see the props behind the presentation to the crowd. This was a first experience for some and one which supplied a basis for the class discussion which foHowed. EmUem CU) Pbns Sweetheart Bal RECESSED MEETING 7:00 PM I CONFIRMATION OF POSTING II CALL TO ORDER. ROLL CALL 111. PRESENTATION TO COUNCIL • Residents and Bus mess People ofPittman IV ACCEPTANCE OF AGENDA V ORDER OF BUSINESS: 1. RESOLUTION • 4-1-79 PUBLIC SALE RESOU'TION Henderson General Obligation Wat.r Bonds Series April 1,1979 in'Aggregate Principal amount of'$1.52O,00O 2 RESOLUTION GRANTING PRELIMINARY APPROVAL TO HESSE CORPORATION for financing through the Henderson Public Improvement Trust Bonds 3 BILL NO 193 ORD APPROVING APPUC \TION FOR PROJECT FINANCED BY REVENt E BOND TO BE ISSUED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE CITY OF HENDERSON PUBLIC IM PROVEMENT TRUST. AND APPROVING PRO JECT SETFORTH IN APPLICATION OF ENNIS BUSINESS FORMS. INC (Read in Title) 4 AUTHORIZATION TO NEGOTIATE WITH CLARK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT for Joint Development of Fay Galloway Elementary School Park 5 PETITION FOR ANNEXATION • 80 acres in SecUon 12, T22S. R61E. the S-4 of the NE-V4 Petitioner Kenneth R. and Melinda Rileysubmit ted by Bay Colony Properties as the agent. 6 PETITION FOR ANNEXATION • 120 Acres in Section 13, T22S, R81E two parcels (I) S W-V ofthe NE v and (2) Eh ofthe NE-^ Petitioner Equity Corp, D E Farmer, President. 7 AGREEMENT W Gardner • Bingo Barn Offsite Improvements 8 AUTHORIZATION To call for bids for Automa tic Chlorination System • Lortn L. Williams Municipal Pool The Henderson Emblem Club presents live music by Rudy Casein 00 February 10th at the Elks Lodge on Lake Mead Drive for the annual Sweet heart Ball. A chicken dinner will be prepared by Chef Ray Hughes. Dorothy 4)edmon and Bunny Wilcock, with the able assistance of Elks and Emblem Club members. Dinner will be served at 7 p.m. with dancing at 8:30 p.m. Donationof $3.50 per person for both. There will be door prizes and a raffle. Don't miss this evening of fun and entertainment and Dorothy's fried chicken. See you there. COMIIITTEE MEETING Immediately following the Recessed Meeting I. CALL TO ORDER II. ACCEPTANCE OF AGENDA HI ORDER OF BUSINESS: 1. DISCUSSION Parking in Downtown area -Jack Elliott 2. DISCUSSION Priority Projecti Reporta Councilman Stout 3. FAU HIGHWAY SYSTEMS DISCUSSION trict Competition. The prize for the Regional Area will be $1,000 ami the Federation finalist will receive a 11.500 award. Approxi mately $20,000 merit awards will be given throughout the Southwest by the Soroptimist Club to High School Seniors who serve as examples of responsible citizenship. The Soroptimist Club works to maintain high ethical standardards in business and profesUGAL NOTig PUBUC NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Ihit the City Council of Ow City of Hndcr>on ronddered the paauge of an OrdintBcc tl t^cir Rcfulir Hetln( on Jinuiry 21 l*79. cnli tied BILL NO in "AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTIONS 13.04.040 (WATER MAIN EXTENSION FEE) AND 13 OI.OW fSEWER MAIN EXTBN SIGN rsB or Tm MENDCRSON MUNiaPAL CODE AND PROVID INC OTHER MATTERS RELATED THEnrro which hu bn rcftrred to a Committee ofthe Council as a Whole for Mudy and retommendation and a copy of said Ordinance hii been filed with the City Clerk for (encral puhlir scrutiny The Cammitler Meelinf will be held following the Recessed Meetinf which will be held February 12 1>7. at 7 00 P M in the Council Chamber at City Hall.243Wiicr Street TbeCoancil will adept or rejwt IhU OrdlMIM within 30 days DATED tbli etb day of February \m. and published in the Hender son Home New> February I. 197( IS) Dorotty A Vondenbrink DOROTHY A VONOeNBRINK. CMC cmr CLERK H Feb I97( PUBUC NOTICE ORDINANCE NO Sn A N ORDINANCtor THE CPTY OF HENDERSON. NEVADA AN ORDINANCE TO AMEN6 HENDCRSON MUNICIPAL CODE n 2S 010 TO EXTEND THE PERIOD FOR ACCRUAL OF COMPENSAT ORV TIME TO FOUR PAY PERIODS AND PROVIDING OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERTTO" The above Bill No 1H and forefoinf ordinance was Hrsl proposed and read in title to the City Couneil of the City of Hcttdcne*. Nevada, on January IS. 1979, wfeich wat a Refular Meeting ofthe Coun ril and referred to the followinf romnltlM "COUNCIL AS A WHOLC" for recommendation PUBUC NOTICE U hereby given that UM ijryevritun copies of the jbovementioncd Ordinance arc IINA KESTERSON VOTING "NAV NONE ABSENT NONE > Lwla U WUIUw 1>0RIN U WnXIAMS, MAYOR ATHST: Dorttfer A VoadMbrtnk DOROTHY A VONDtNimNK. CMC, Crrv CLERK Hrekaim sional life, to strive for human rights for for all people, and also to develop the spirit of friendship. Motorboat Registrations on Increase "The number of motorboats registered in Nevada during 1978 increased over the previous jvear," according to Bill Parsons, Department of Fish and Game Law Enforcement Chief, "with more than two-fold gain noted in the 12 years since the department assumed responsibility for the Nevada Boat Act." Nevada registered and titled 24,339 motorboats last year compared to 11.149 in I9W) and according to Parsons. "This significant increase* in boats is not only a result of the state's population growth but also an increase in the popularity of water oriented recreation." Prior to 1966. the boat program was administered by the Department of Motor Vehiclesand boating laws were enforced by officers of the Highway Patrol and local. Sheriffs offices as part of their routine enforcement assignments. Ofthe 24.339 watercraft registered in 1978. 13.053 were from Qark County. Other counties contributing a large share of boats were Washoe with 6,263. Carson City with 1.056 and Douglas with 1.018. The least number of boats registered in Esmeralda County with eight. -Eureka County whh 21 and Storey with 29. ..R06!RTSIiAW HARRISON FONI BAiBAWBACH EOWAIDfOX c'tOICEIOFRiNAyftMM-l!;^ UllWUmiS fKHMDKKi AUNUKl ......atmuM VHa<-i^JMlll aMMWI Ml nn.Orr MUM Ik jwMKCatuikl I IU-fMWWIIT(M:^ NEXT ATTRACTION 5 BIG DAYS FEB. 11-12-13-14-15 4. LAMD SALE REQUEST Section 2, T22S. R63E Chiirn Homes 5. GARBAGE DISPOSAL CONTRACT • Reqaest Rate Increase 6 FEES AND CHARGE SCHEDULE for Civic Center • Parlu and Recreation 7 CODE OF ETHICS Consideration for adoption 8 BILL NO 192 Water and Sewer Main Exteniion Feei Amending Sections 1304 040and 13.06040 Action People The Community Church of Henderson, United Church of Christ, located at 27 E. Texas Ave. and Army St., one block North of the Rainbow Cub. would tike to invite you to join our Sunday worship service which begins at 10:30 a.m. Rev. Bob Richards will deliver his sermon entitled "The Critical Side" Sunday School is from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. We have classes for three year olds thru adults. Presently we are using the Joy Cirriculum from the Winston Press. Our Youth Group meets each Sunday evening at 6:00 p.m. in Gilbert Hall. Sixth, through twelfth graders are involved in the Youth Group. URL BARDIN -Owner and President of Burl's Jire Center. 38 Navy Street, Henderson, meets JFith the "Action People" camera! Mr. Bardin. t iuthful and enterprising, depicts the essence progressiveness. His ofhce headquaiters are at Henderson's Burl's which happens to be the first and oldest of a chain of seven. "I received my first job in the tire business with Good Year in 1958." the suave and good looking proprietor related, "and I started as a ;salesman in Los Angeles, California." Since ithen Burl has managed many "name" tire comt any stores throughout the western United tates. He worked in the Utah Valley Area from ^2 until 1968 and moved to Los Angeles in 1969 where he served as a store manager until he started his own store in Henderson in 1971. Burl's Tire Center prospered and Mr. Bardin how owns stores throughout Southern Nevada including Las Vegas and Boulder City; not excluding the store in Salt Lake City, Utah. Working six days per week, Monday through Saturday with a time schedule of 8 am to 6pm. Burl enjoys his work and dealing with the public. He takes the tire business seriously and carries a complete line of "wheels" merchandise. His line includes name brands such as: El Dorado; B.F. Goodrich; National; Kelly Springfield, and others. Mr. Bardin's duties ificTiide; Rill hialiagement of all operations; personnel; ordering; supervision; and acting as President of the Corporation Born in Dewar, Oklahoma. Burl's parents. James and Bonnie Bardin, have witnessed their son's achievement in his field. They reside in Henderson and have seen the rapid expansion of the stores. Burl spent a good deal of his childhood in Whittier, California but is was not until 1958 when Burl visited his mother during a vacation in Utah that he net Janice Anderson who happened to be visiting her sister across the street. The following year the couple were married and Burl embraced the Mormom faith. The union has produced nine children ranging in age • /rom three years to twenty-three. "I love and am proud of each and every one ofthe children," Mr. Bardin mentioned. The family attend the LDS Church in Henderson. Sports and hobbies: "For me there is one sport, hobby, or form of entertainment I enjoy and that is auto racing. That would take up most of my spare time aside from the business,' he smiled. Burl has acquired medals, plaques and trophies from his professional racing. He raced for one and one-half years and has appeared in the Superstocks and NASCAR races. Future plans will find Mr. Bardin opening a store in Reno; building a new store in Henderson; and one more in Las Vegas meeting the demand of an ever growing population. The yearofl979will more than likely bring the total store count from six to nine. Burl is a Member of the Las Vegas and Henderson Chamber of Commerc. Burl Bardin is straight forward about his success: "Success in the retail field is to sell quality products at fair prices. Deal honestly with the people and treat each one with fairness. Use past mistakes as 'stepping stones' in the path of life but do not take valuable time to dwell on the past either for mistakes or achievements. Work for the best TODAY with a healthy slant towards the future!" 1 H-Feb. 1.1979 EVERY SUNDAY 8:00 P.M. SENIOR OTIZENS ADMISSION ONE DOUAR SHOWTIMES MGKTIY SUN. THRU THURS. AT Iffll PM SHOWS JVERY FR ft SAT. AT 7 ft IPM MATMS EVB1Y SAT. ft SUN. AT 2fl PM ADULTS CHKOREN | m $1110 THIS NEW COAT MEANS WE HAVE EVEN MORE HOME SEUING IDEAS UP OUR SLEEVE A*. fRA* teal estate |otPiiiondK \\t' cjn oiter \ou the thn-e most imporljnt b'nefils in.home buvingand sfllmj; — limiU'd home vxdrfdnties and national c'xiKJiure. Home Mien frotef tion. A majof I'xpt'ny.' u '^omrlhinn \ou don't nwd )u>t belore \ou sell vour hofm-. [R.A' Hotnc SeiliTs Proierlion covers mo<.t marot vvorking home coni(>om'nts Irom two \Ai>ks alter vou derid*' to sell right up until iln'dj\ Ms sold (|80-dj\ maximumv Rpgardloss ot whjt it costs vou pav onl\ a rrvxiest deductible. Home Buyen Proleflion. (RA* Home BuuTs Prolprtion workv tlie same v\av. protecting buvets against tlie cost oi repairer replacement of most maior home components tor a lull sear Irom date oi sjle Agjm there is onl\ a modest deducfit>le This |usi naturally makes \ouf honit more atlraclne and a befler buv NiliofMl EipoMjre. Remember too that up to 40^ of all homeii are bought bv oul-oi-towners This lurther increases the chances ot a faster sale at a better price through us. Thanks to the ERA* nationwide electronic photo-data network, prospertne buyers all over the countrv get a good look at \our home. V\t hope >ou like what we have up our sleeve' And we hope vou'H take advantage of it When vou re readv lo buv or sell a home, give us a call. /4lyou need to know hRB^EsMe: Elcclronic RciHy AfwliMn Black Mounfoin Reolty 564-2727 :.** Sermon Topic the Women's Association meets the 3rd Wed. of each month at 1:00 p.m. in Gilbert Hall. The Women's Association is a very active group which lends itself to Christian living and service. For the ladies that work during the day we have an evening Christian fellowship for women, the Joy Fellowship. The Joy Fellowship meets the fourth Thursday of each month in members homes. An adult discussion group is available for anyone interested. They are now studying how to communicate better with one another. This group meets the first Sunday oT each month in the Educational Building at 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. •If you have any questions about the Community Church please feel free to call our office. 5(>5-8563. Our office is open Mon. 9-12 Noon. Wed. thru Friday 9-12 Noon. Come join us; we would love to have you worship with us. Thursday. February 8.1979 St Rose de Uma Birlhs February 1; Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lee. Las Vegas. ~February 2; Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Petaker. Las Vegas. Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Usrey. Moapa Boy to iit' and Mrs. Edward Steele. Kingman, Arizona. February 4; Girl to Mr. and Mrs. David Lew. Boulder City. February 5; Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Thomas. Las Vegas. Senior Citizens Social Club Be sure and turn out for the Senior Citizen's Social Club meeting in Room 30, Civic Center. Friday, Feb. 9 from 12:30 until 4 p.m. It's the monthly potluck. Bring a dish and join the fun. Besides the chow, there'll beeard gamcs^nd r good time visiting. See you there. BouMerCHy nUTIE PHONE 293-314SI I •WATERSHIP DOWN" 6:00 & 7:52 SATURDAY ^MW IhniifiOit^idM'M ROTARY'S ANNUAL FOUR WAY TEST speech contest was held this Tuesday with three Basic High School students competing to represent the Henderson Rotary against winners from other clubs. Leroy Zilte. Rotary president, is shown presenting Basic's winner, Rcnce Coylc. with a $25 prize. Other contestants, who each received a $10 prize were Casey Potter and Debbie Ferryman. ERA Bkick Mountain Realty [B All you need to know in Real Estate. [.)( h oihce indfiH'ndenilv owned and op'rjtod RESIDINHAL — BEHY'S BACK — AND SHE HAS THIS NEWLY CONSTRUCTED HOME • :} BEDRM. 1^4 BATH HOME WITH COURTYARD ENTRY AND 2 CAR GARAGE. IT ALSO HAS A DISHWASHER. SEPARATE DINING ROOM AND IS ON A LARGE LOT. MANY EXTRAS" IN THIS WELL-PLANNED HOME. EVENINGS ... CALL 564-2447 — PRICED TO SELL — ONE YEAR WARRANTY WITH THIS 3 BEDROOM CONDO. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY AVAILABLE FOR QUALIFIED BUYER. $34,000.00. — VAUEY VIEW YOU WILL LOVE THIS 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOME THAT IS CLOSE TO SCHOOLS. — CALL JOAN — BRAND NEW 3 BEDROOM. 2 BATH HOME COLOR COORDINATED KITCHEN. PICK YOUR OWN COLOR CARPETING. EVEN INGS, CALL 564-1393. — ONE YUR WARRANH — ON THIS CUTE 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH ON A QUIET CUL-DE-SAC. — CUTE STARTER — WITH IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. THIS 2 BEDROOM CONDO IS JUST WAITING FOR THE RIGHT PERSON. — HIGNLAND MUS — EXTRA NICE NEIGHBORHOOD ~ FOUR BEDROOMS. 2 FULL BATHS FRONT AND BACK PATIOS DOUBLE GARAGE NEEDS SOME TENDER LOVING CARE CALL JOAN. — LARGE VAUEY YKW — 3 BEDROOM. W BATHS. DEN, EXTRA LARGE MASTER BEDROOM. PANELING AND MIRRORS THROUGHOUT PRICED RIGHT! LAND — MISSION HIILS — 1 ACRE ALREADY GRADED FOR HOME — Vl% ACRES OF R-1 PROPERH 24 ACRES OF Rl PROPERTY LOCATED NEAR BASIC HIGH SCHOOL MANY NEW HOMES BEING BUILT IN SURROUNDING AREA. — — HIGHWAY FRONTAGE — 6 ACRE ON LAKE MEAD DR AT CENTER STREET. CALL KEN AT 565 8326 — R-1 ACRES — 3,27 CLOSE TO HIGH SCHOOL. EVENINGS CALL 565-8326. — BRIANHEAD — 56 ACRE CLOSE TO SKI LIFTS. EVENINGS CALL 565-8326 — PARAMSE HaiS — 74 ACRES WITH BEAUTIFUL VIEW OF VEGAS VALLEY. — BOULDER HWY. — 375' OF FRONTAGE BUY ALL OR PART ZONED C-2. CALL KEN AT 565-8326 — 2.5 ACRES ZONED R-1 CLOSE TO HIGH SCHOOL. EVENINGS CALL 565-8326 --~r — LAKE MEAD DR. — 1.4 ACRE ZONED C 2. WEST LAKE MEAD — TWO 24 ACRE LOTS ZONED FOR RESIDENTIAL. CALL KEN AT 565-8326. — COMMERGAL— 6 ACRE ON LAKE MEAD DRlVt AT CENTER STREET EVENINGS CALL 565^26 564-2727 107-A WATER STREET VALLEY BANK BUILDING

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Henderson Home News Pag6 Around the Town Thursday. Februarys, 1979 By Jean Eckley Secia] Security Social Security services have been moved from the Henderson city hall to the R.S.V.P. room 29 of the Civic Center. Representative Yvonne Skmner will be at the ctnter starting February 14 and will help with all information. Time from this day on will be Wednesdays 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. HitPy Birthday Birthday greetings to Jake Patterson who will be celebrating his big day on >:t. SEND OR TAKE HONE OIRFTD LOVEBUNDLE -i* BOUQUET ^ HURRY: VatentiiKs DayiVWdnesday, February • *. Frontier Nursery b Horal 87E LakeMMdOr. HentBrmcecocii (across from St Ro* de Lima Hosp i 5WKl I I February 10. Heard that Jake will be making a trip to California to be with family. Thadn Again thinks for the helping hand Frank knd wife Connie came out to Boulder City when our car was stalled, with sick husband. Sure needed help. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson are one Gung Ho couple as many senior citizens in Henderson can vouch for. Both of these persons are on the Seniors for iSeniors committee. Moow Golden Ball The annual Moose Golden Ball this year will be on February 10 at the Lodge. Stariing time will be 9 p.m. Heard that Annette Ranberg and the Ramblers will be furnishing the entertainment. Members and their guests are invited. Proceeds from this ball will be going to theMooseheart Endowment Fund. Addition to Family Heard that there is a new addition to the Brigman family. Seems like son Steve presented (father) Harward with a baby dog. If I'm counting right this makes three. The Brigman residence is in track 27 on Throughbred and they have the most beautiful and well trained dogs that I've seep in many days. Snow in Death VaUcy Just saw Smiles Cummingham back home in Henderson, Wow. has this gal done some trailering since she retired, (good for you) Smiles tells me that her son. a ranger in Death Valley was unable to make his monthly supply trip into town because of the roads. Son COMPARE OUR PRICES! M8J0-PARTS TOO HIGH? WEINIIUOE THP CHARGE TO YOUR DOOR mSTAUATIQN OF TUBES COMREE AOUSneiTS Most Repa'rs Done In Your Home 16 Yrs. Experience' Boulder City cAu 293^1 TV & Stereo said that it snowed in Death Valley, miking road impassable. GoodleaSale Friday, February 9. will be the day, the gals are all baking so there will be much homebaked delicious goodies for sale. Candy, Pie, cake, bread and rolls. Bake sale will be held at the Espinoza Terrace recreation rooms, starting time 10 a.m. You all come. Swininaatk Anyone? Soon as the snow lets up and it warms up some we will be starting our Senior Swimnastic class. If you're interested please call or come to St. Peter's senior center. R.S.V.P. center or Espinoza center. Long Ulaad Joe and Tillie Santacroce (Holy cross) from Long Island New York are visiting with Tillies parents. They both had visited here before many times and say that when it's time t6 retire they will move to Nevada. Parents are Mike and Amelia Leso. Joe Santacroce is a Deputy in New York. E.O.B. Tramportation Just a reminder to the seniors, there is free transporiation for you, it's available just by a phone call 24 hours in advance. The number is 647-3312. This is a wonderful, and useful service, please use it. St. RoacdeUma Evelyn Mazarames tells me that her husband Dom has been ill and had to be admitted to St. Rose de Lima hospital a week ago. Friends said it wa$ a bad case of pheumonia but. that Dom is now on the road to recovery. m It was reported to me that Edna Deardoff, coordinator of the St. Peter's senior center hasn't been feeling up to par. So sorry to hear this as we need her. Hope that by this printing all's well. Wow! What a Party Friends of Leon Proulx gave him a surprise ice cream and cake birthday party last Friday, It was held at the Espinoza recreation center and many of his friends attended. This gentleman celebrated his 94th birthday on Friday, February 3. Happy Bhtbday GreetbigB to Persons Bom hi Febnuiy February 9; Mary Lois Hill, Grey Pendleton, Paul W. Burt, Debbie Fleming, Lanny Littlefield Sr. Dick Bennett, Sharon Williams, Stephanie Kille^ brew. February 10: Ellis L. Clark, Joseph Holton, Harold Lefler. February 11; Ted King, B.J. Alder, Eldon Clothier, Nephi Spears, Brook Williams. Erin Gordon, Mark Rasmussen, Mike Cozens, John Jackson. February 12: Glenn Williams, Gordon Stewart, Evelyn Cox, Carol Williams Katherine C. Clark, Carol Dawson, Liza Gadwick. February 13; Neallia Sullivan, Matt L. Bennett. Kim Dennett, Llene Pendleton, Wanda Twitchell. February 14; Kathy Morris, Mark, Miller, LauCa GrifTie. February 15; Jennie Stanley, Jeff Patterson. Wedding AnniversaryV Wishes to Following Married In Febniary, February 10; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Emling. Lors and Gloria Westover, Ray and Susan Stewart. February 12; Florence and Charles Hunter, 'Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Peplton. February 14; Lewis and Pam Colllins. R.S.V.P.By Edna Deardotf 1 think 1 felt just a hint of spring in the air today. Nice to see the sun & feel the warmth it gives. I suppose we will need to remind ourselves of this come July. There is still quite a lot of snow in front of Room 29. 35 Seniors were tempted to go out and build a Snow Man but after all that beautiful food on the pot-luck table, no one could move. We all had a great time & there was much chattering and laughter. We played the usual 10 games of Bingo & the lucky prize winners were Margaret Henlotter. Joe Garcia, Wilbur Tanner, Katie Kelly, Speedy Mumsy, Ann Fletcher, Karl Wijlets. Rosie McClellan and Janet Blatnick. Ann Fletcher won the door Prize. Coming Events Income tax for Seniors starting Wed. Feb. 14th from 6 p.m. till 8 p.m. in Room 10 at St. Peters Complex if you earn less than $15,000. This Service will be available every Wed. through April 11th. There will be a bake sale at Espinoza Terrace, Fri. Feb. 9th from 10 a.m. till all baked goods are sold. Bring your small appliances for repairs to Room 29. Civic Center to be sent to the "old time Steel-Woriiers." Wok up day is Friday. No Radios or TV's please. Social Security will be at Room 29 Civic Center starting Feb. 14th from 9 a.m til 4 p.m. This service will be every Wed. 3 tables of Canasta finished out our social day and a good time was had by all. Join us next Tuesday for an afternoon of fun, when Lee Farrell & Ardis Helms will be our Hostesses. .( Be our g uest for a FREE Play right away witha Mudcal^ towrey organ, Evemnfi^r "an evening with the Lowrey Orgarf Lowrey Top" Concert to feature.. • laoEGia*. iat tfie Lowrey Organ February 14lh m PJVL Glngen/vood Reaeation Hal Bodder City, Nevada \ TOBOuuBianr I mOMHBA BOUDaKVVY.O-TO VEGAS JUST ARRIVED Truck Load off Lowrey Pianos •Fantastic Savings •COME • SEE • COMPARE AVAItABlE EXCIUSIVEIY AT: America's No. 1 liome musical instrument. Remember the agony of learning to ploy? You worked and worked to get It right Well, ploying doesn't have to be all work onymore Lowrey puts the fun of playing real, professional music at your fingertips. Right now. Instantly, Only Lowrey organs have fVlogic fVlelody'-' which lets you sound like a pro the fDinute you sit down Only Lowrey organs let you create the sounds of strings, brass, and woodwirxJs so realistically with such magical ease. No wonder Lowrey is Number Or^e in electronic organs! LOMISy BOULDER NOTES (& KEYBOARD LTD. Rides Needed Fer Blind Sqvore Doncers Henderson Home News American War Mothers Thursday, February 8, Jl7* | i the Services to the blind is sponsdring a beginners iqvare dance class en Hen. ixxtm 8 to 9:30 p.m. at the Las Vegas Mental Health Center. 8 W W. Charlesten Blvd. Caller Bob Reush. who I teaches the class, will I keep registrations open throuKh Feb. 19. All visually impaired orsons and their sighted helpers are invited to attend fVee of charge. Experienced square dancers are needed to "angel" the class. Transportation is needed for some visually handicapped students living in Henderson. For information call 985-0251 daytime, or 873-5368 evenings. % AT LYONS 55 <; DElfX FAUCETS \ ^ 2S22 BATHROOM WiVC^r, 2> WITH P0P4JP ?*loO J7 jL 2S02 BATHROOM qnnc £ • ? VWTHOUT POP-UP 2D35^ C AUIOMASTBl BAliCOCK "i B $658 ^ Henderson Chspter Ko. 2 met Monday Feb. Sth at the home of the president Evelyn Mazrimas. 18 members present. Marie Fitzgerald and Edwina Hopkins present, were introduced as prospective members. The charter was draped in memory of our departed member Ruth Godier. A brief ceremony was given by Chaplain Norma Perkins and president Evelyn Mazrimas. Several cards had been sent to members and a members Nora McGrath former past president and member of long standing is in Sunrise Hospital. Was announced the Chapter will have a yard sale soon as the weather permits. Also decals and pendants are being sold to mothers for ways and means project. The Chapter will no longer be meeting in room () after much discussion, decided to change meeting date to the first Thursday of each month 7:30 p.m. in room 30 at Civic Center. Meeting adjourned 8:45 refreshments of Valentine motif served by the hostesses Norma Perkins and Rhea Johnson.'7h most fasrv/u' mti ID say you cro Si^ BASIN WRENCH OPBIffi" -$252^ ^ We Also Have Valeminel^ ^q^Cakeftns ONLY $1J59C ^ Lyons Hardware \ M U W. Pactfk St., Hen^nen ^ ^O Mwne5S-74U ^ SWEETHEART ^^ CANDY BASKETS 9 oriGiy^ CAPtv roR CUSTOM Mkoi VAUNTINES tm state StrttI 7SMII1 Why should Bank of Nevada beyour bfflik? 508 NEVADA HWY, (Next to Harr/s Cafe) B£, NEVADA Because you're demanding, and you won't settle for less than what we have to offer. We gi vc cxjf professional attention to yof every banking need; from setting up the checking or savings account that's right for you, to helping you arrange for a loan. Youll find our special services niake banking better and easier than ever before To name a few: TIPS(Tdler Item Processing Service) is our electronic banking system that gives you faster, more accurate service. CXy convenient cbeck
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Henderson Home News Pag6 Around the Town Thursday. Februarys, 1979 By Jean Eckley Secia] Security Social Security services have been moved from the Henderson city hall to the R.S.V.P. room 29 of the Civic Center. Representative Yvonne Skmner will be at the ctnter starting February 14 and will help with all information. Time from this day on will be Wednesdays 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. HitPy Birthday Birthday greetings to Jake Patterson who will be celebrating his big day on >:t. SEND OR TAKE HONE OIRFTD LOVEBUNDLE -i* BOUQUET ^ HURRY: VatentiiKs DayiVWdnesday, February • *. Frontier Nursery b Horal 87E LakeMMdOr. HentBrmcecocii (across from St Ro* de Lima Hosp i 5WKl I I February 10. Heard that Jake will be making a trip to California to be with family. Thadn Again thinks for the helping hand Frank knd wife Connie came out to Boulder City when our car was stalled, with sick husband. Sure needed help. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson are one Gung Ho couple as many senior citizens in Henderson can vouch for. Both of these persons are on the Seniors for iSeniors committee. Moow Golden Ball The annual Moose Golden Ball this year will be on February 10 at the Lodge. Stariing time will be 9 p.m. Heard that Annette Ranberg and the Ramblers will be furnishing the entertainment. Members and their guests are invited. Proceeds from this ball will be going to theMooseheart Endowment Fund. Addition to Family Heard that there is a new addition to the Brigman family. Seems like son Steve presented (father) Harward with a baby dog. If I'm counting right this makes three. The Brigman residence is in track 27 on Throughbred and they have the most beautiful and well trained dogs that I've seep in many days. Snow in Death VaUcy Just saw Smiles Cummingham back home in Henderson, Wow. has this gal done some trailering since she retired, (good for you) Smiles tells me that her son. a ranger in Death Valley was unable to make his monthly supply trip into town because of the roads. Son COMPARE OUR PRICES! M8J0-PARTS TOO HIGH? WEINIIUOE THP CHARGE TO YOUR DOOR mSTAUATIQN OF TUBES COMREE AOUSneiTS Most Repa'rs Done In Your Home 16 Yrs. Experience' Boulder City cAu 293^1 TV & Stereo said that it snowed in Death Valley, miking road impassable. GoodleaSale Friday, February 9. will be the day, the gals are all baking so there will be much homebaked delicious goodies for sale. Candy, Pie, cake, bread and rolls. Bake sale will be held at the Espinoza Terrace recreation rooms, starting time 10 a.m. You all come. Swininaatk Anyone? Soon as the snow lets up and it warms up some we will be starting our Senior Swimnastic class. If you're interested please call or come to St. Peter's senior center. R.S.V.P. center or Espinoza center. Long Ulaad Joe and Tillie Santacroce (Holy cross) from Long Island New York are visiting with Tillies parents. They both had visited here before many times and say that when it's time t6 retire they will move to Nevada. Parents are Mike and Amelia Leso. Joe Santacroce is a Deputy in New York. E.O.B. Tramportation Just a reminder to the seniors, there is free transporiation for you, it's available just by a phone call 24 hours in advance. The number is 647-3312. This is a wonderful, and useful service, please use it. St. RoacdeUma Evelyn Mazarames tells me that her husband Dom has been ill and had to be admitted to St. Rose de Lima hospital a week ago. Friends said it wa$ a bad case of pheumonia but. that Dom is now on the road to recovery. m It was reported to me that Edna Deardoff, coordinator of the St. Peter's senior center hasn't been feeling up to par. So sorry to hear this as we need her. Hope that by this printing all's well. Wow! What a Party Friends of Leon Proulx gave him a surprise ice cream and cake birthday party last Friday, It was held at the Espinoza recreation center and many of his friends attended. This gentleman celebrated his 94th birthday on Friday, February 3. Happy Bhtbday GreetbigB to Persons Bom hi Febnuiy February 9; Mary Lois Hill, Grey Pendleton, Paul W. Burt, Debbie Fleming, Lanny Littlefield Sr. Dick Bennett, Sharon Williams, Stephanie Kille^ brew. February 10: Ellis L. Clark, Joseph Holton, Harold Lefler. February 11; Ted King, B.J. Alder, Eldon Clothier, Nephi Spears, Brook Williams. Erin Gordon, Mark Rasmussen, Mike Cozens, John Jackson. February 12: Glenn Williams, Gordon Stewart, Evelyn Cox, Carol Williams Katherine C. Clark, Carol Dawson, Liza Gadwick. February 13; Neallia Sullivan, Matt L. Bennett. Kim Dennett, Llene Pendleton, Wanda Twitchell. February 14; Kathy Morris, Mark, Miller, LauCa GrifTie. February 15; Jennie Stanley, Jeff Patterson. Wedding AnniversaryV Wishes to Following Married In Febniary, February 10; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Emling. Lors and Gloria Westover, Ray and Susan Stewart. February 12; Florence and Charles Hunter, 'Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Peplton. February 14; Lewis and Pam Colllins. R.S.V.P.By Edna Deardotf 1 think 1 felt just a hint of spring in the air today. Nice to see the sun & feel the warmth it gives. I suppose we will need to remind ourselves of this come July. There is still quite a lot of snow in front of Room 29. 35 Seniors were tempted to go out and build a Snow Man but after all that beautiful food on the pot-luck table, no one could move. We all had a great time & there was much chattering and laughter. We played the usual 10 games of Bingo & the lucky prize winners were Margaret Henlotter. Joe Garcia, Wilbur Tanner, Katie Kelly, Speedy Mumsy, Ann Fletcher, Karl Wijlets. Rosie McClellan and Janet Blatnick. Ann Fletcher won the door Prize. Coming Events Income tax for Seniors starting Wed. Feb. 14th from 6 p.m. till 8 p.m. in Room 10 at St. Peters Complex if you earn less than $15,000. This Service will be available every Wed. through April 11th. There will be a bake sale at Espinoza Terrace, Fri. Feb. 9th from 10 a.m. till all baked goods are sold. Bring your small appliances for repairs to Room 29. Civic Center to be sent to the "old time Steel-Woriiers." Wok up day is Friday. No Radios or TV's please. Social Security will be at Room 29 Civic Center starting Feb. 14th from 9 a.m til 4 p.m. This service will be every Wed. 3 tables of Canasta finished out our social day and a good time was had by all. Join us next Tuesday for an afternoon of fun, when Lee Farrell & Ardis Helms will be our Hostesses. .( Be our g uest for a FREE Play right away witha Mudcal^ towrey organ, Evemnfi^r "an evening with the Lowrey Orgarf Lowrey Top" Concert to feature.. • laoEGia*. iat tfie Lowrey Organ February 14lh m PJVL Glngen/vood Reaeation Hal Bodder City, Nevada \ TOBOuuBianr I mOMHBA BOUDaKVVY.O-TO VEGAS JUST ARRIVED Truck Load off Lowrey Pianos •Fantastic Savings •COME • SEE • COMPARE AVAItABlE EXCIUSIVEIY AT: America's No. 1 liome musical instrument. Remember the agony of learning to ploy? You worked and worked to get It right Well, ploying doesn't have to be all work onymore Lowrey puts the fun of playing real, professional music at your fingertips. Right now. Instantly, Only Lowrey organs have fVlogic fVlelody'-' which lets you sound like a pro the fDinute you sit down Only Lowrey organs let you create the sounds of strings, brass, and woodwirxJs so realistically with such magical ease. No wonder Lowrey is Number Or^e in electronic organs! LOMISy BOULDER NOTES (& KEYBOARD LTD. Rides Needed Fer Blind Sqvore Doncers Henderson Home News American War Mothers Thursday, February 8, Jl7* | i the Services to the blind is sponsdring a beginners iqvare dance class en Hen. ixxtm 8 to 9:30 p.m. at the Las Vegas Mental Health Center. 8 W W. Charlesten Blvd. Caller Bob Reush. who I teaches the class, will I keep registrations open throuKh Feb. 19. All visually impaired orsons and their sighted helpers are invited to attend fVee of charge. Experienced square dancers are needed to "angel" the class. Transportation is needed for some visually handicapped students living in Henderson. For information call 985-0251 daytime, or 873-5368 evenings. % AT LYONS 55 <; DElfX FAUCETS \ ^ 2S22 BATHROOM WiVC^r, 2> WITH P0P4JP ?*loO J7 jL 2S02 BATHROOM qnnc £ • ? VWTHOUT POP-UP 2D35^ C AUIOMASTBl BAliCOCK "i B $658 ^ Henderson Chspter Ko. 2 met Monday Feb. Sth at the home of the president Evelyn Mazrimas. 18 members present. Marie Fitzgerald and Edwina Hopkins present, were introduced as prospective members. The charter was draped in memory of our departed member Ruth Godier. A brief ceremony was given by Chaplain Norma Perkins and president Evelyn Mazrimas. Several cards had been sent to members and a members Nora McGrath former past president and member of long standing is in Sunrise Hospital. Was announced the Chapter will have a yard sale soon as the weather permits. Also decals and pendants are being sold to mothers for ways and means project. The Chapter will no longer be meeting in room () after much discussion, decided to change meeting date to the first Thursday of each month 7:30 p.m. in room 30 at Civic Center. Meeting adjourned 8:45 refreshments of Valentine motif served by the hostesses Norma Perkins and Rhea Johnson.'7h most fasrv/u' mti ID say you cro Si^ BASIN WRENCH OPBIffi" -$252^ ^ We Also Have Valeminel^ ^q^Cakeftns ONLY $1J59C ^ Lyons Hardware \ M U W. Pactfk St., Hen^nen ^ ^O Mwne5S-74U ^ SWEETHEART ^^ CANDY BASKETS 9 oriGiy^ CAPtv roR CUSTOM Mkoi VAUNTINES tm state StrttI 7SMII1 Why should Bank of Nevada beyour bfflik? 508 NEVADA HWY, (Next to Harr/s Cafe) B£, NEVADA Because you're demanding, and you won't settle for less than what we have to offer. We gi vc cxjf professional attention to yof every banking need; from setting up the checking or savings account that's right for you, to helping you arrange for a loan. Youll find our special services niake banking better and easier than ever before To name a few: TIPS(Tdler Item Processing Service) is our electronic banking system that gives you faster, more accurate service. CXy convenient cbeck
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^?rr r^f^ :^? 'mmm^fr^imi .,— LJ • .s J Henderson Ron* News Ng*! Karen ToblerWed in LDS "JRites To Terry Scoble ~^ CNUren Prepare For A UTith Their Own Artistic y Thttrtday, February 8,197 I In ceremonies held in the St. George LDS temple Dbc. 2, daughter of Mr.aiidMrs.C.A.Tobler, 645 National, Karan Tobler became the bride of Terry-Let Scoble. Scoble is the som qf Mr. md Mrs. Harold Scoble of 129 Linden Street Attending the bride as maid of honor was the bridal sister, Lisa Tobler.iand bridesmaids were'Jean Schmidt, a friend of Henderson: Ellen Payne of Cedar City, Utah; Kim Gentr> No. Carolina, and her sister — in — law, Lon Scoble • Best man was Brent Scoble. brother to the groom, and ushers were Ralph Sonderegger of Rigby, Idaho, and Kent Egbert, of PocatelJo. Idaho, both mission companions of the bridegroom; and Dr. Craig Carson, a cousin ft^m San Diego. A reception honoring the young couple was held at the Ocean Street Chapel. Children in Mrs. Evelyn Charles' elementary school class at Robert Taylor elementary school are getting a chance to exhibit their personalities and talents ki preparing for a school art show on Feb. 20. They are working on a project presently based on early bidian art from the Navajos. They weave yam, in round prepared round circles of wire ZoraCharles, daughterin law of Mrs. Charles. The younger Mrs. Charles teaches art in Calif, but comes once a year to help her awtherin-law prepare her students for the art show. Working in a quiet, orderly and interested manner, the students are kept busy measuring yards of yam for each color which helps with their math teaming experience also. There is individual sharing of materials and advice and a great deal of creativity in color choices. Teachers find that the personalities of the children are revealed in the shades and colors chosen-some vivid and deep in color, fome pastel and light tonn or browns and dark colors, and some in somber tones. h's a project that delights every child and gives them somethipg they have created with his own hands. MR. AND MRS. TERRY SCOBLE Laura Scoble was in charge of the guest book. Decorations were done by Mrs. Ila Tobler, mother of the bride, and the cake was made and decorated by Mrs. Vaiene Scoble, the groom's mother. The bride chose a long white flowing dress with satin lace at the top and a train in back. She had a floor — length vil, edged in lace and %er flowers were blue ciMations with white roses. The attendants chose light blue satin gowns with the long sleeves. The bride's mother chose a floor — length gown of blue and the bridegroom's mother chose a floor — length pink gown. The bride is a 1975 graduate of basic high school where she was a member of the safety council, pep club. Sun Youth Forum, girls'Glee, varsity soAball, Desertaire Manager, Business Club, Senior Homecoming attendant. She attended Southern Utah State College one year where she majored in child development. She is now working for the Bank of Nevada at Tropicana and Eastern. The bridegroom is a 1973 graduate of Basic high school where he was a member of the ski club, safety council, Sun Youth Forum, Soccer team. He attended Brigham University, majoring in engineering and served a mission for the LDS Church in Argentia. Cordoba. He is now working in construction. Following a honeymoon to California, the young couple will live at 30 Country Club Drive. You're ImitBd To... FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 47 i ATIANTIC AVL -SUNDAY SERVICtSPREPARE FOR ART SHOW-Preparing for the all-school art show at Taylor Elementary school are students of Mrs. Evelyn Charles. Seated are Gina Belch, Stacie White, Clate Thomas, Holly Prestwood, Ronnie English, Bradie Nere, and standing are Chris Slavek, Chad Shepherd, and Joe Pina. The art show will be Feb. 20. supplied to the students. J Their designs and color choices are their own. Assisting Mrs. Charles in the art project is Mrs. All of the Scoble family was present at the wedding for the first time in many years. Also .Audrey and Frank Robinson' grandparents of the groom, and his great grandmother, Edith Nay. WORSHIP HOUR-llflO AM SUNDAY SCHOOL-830 AM SUNDAY NITE-Un PM REV. JOHN OSKO. PASTOR mONE S6MB11 ~~~\. VISIT US AT OUR NEW LOCATION ^PACIFIC-HDN. PH 565-7070 MONDAY IHRU SATURDAY mcES mm. m. B 9AMTD6PM CtetdSuiday THniiaiiai979 WE FEATURE CUDAH Y USDA CHOICE Y-g BEEF 1/2 BE|F HTNl^ QUARTER lgLmi70lsl<45l 320TO 1 330ia • liM'.'lMililM liliiljyikTttiiti SaBTBAClT 1.49 LB AaSEEF FRANKS MiB s PICNIC HAM 1.15 IB snoHTr STEAK 2JN1B 39 BANANAS .„ FAMILY FOOD MARKET UVER J9lB ROUND STEAK TOP lailt BOTTOM 179 IB KBHreiOIUTO CATSUP ""z 4 More Smart Reasons For Buying a CHISM HOME The Country KKchen nunwout custom-designed cabintts with deluxe finish for easier ciMnins. mack bar, deluxe range and quality dishwasher. Energy Saving Features frame and stucco construction means lets power required to heat and cool ;. heavy duty insulation under roof and dual pane windows, waatheritripping of all doors, fine-tuning registen to control air flow add up to lower utility bills. Planned-Community Neighborhoods created on drawing boards before the f irtt home is built... cloM to schools, churches, recreation areas, and medical facilities... easily accessible to work and shopping centers. Advance planning that sets your home apart from others. Not only for today, but for thousands of tomorrows. Our Beautiful Sonora Ikga living room, 3 bedrooms with oversized master bedroom, spacious ceramic-tiled baths, built-in vanities. Huge kitchen with custom-designed cabineti 1=r
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^?rr r^f^ :^? 'mmm^fr^imi .,— LJ • .s J Henderson Ron* News Ng*! Karen ToblerWed in LDS "JRites To Terry Scoble ~^ CNUren Prepare For A UTith Their Own Artistic y Thttrtday, February 8,197 I In ceremonies held in the St. George LDS temple Dbc. 2, daughter of Mr.aiidMrs.C.A.Tobler, 645 National, Karan Tobler became the bride of Terry-Let Scoble. Scoble is the som qf Mr. md Mrs. Harold Scoble of 129 Linden Street Attending the bride as maid of honor was the bridal sister, Lisa Tobler.iand bridesmaids were'Jean Schmidt, a friend of Henderson: Ellen Payne of Cedar City, Utah; Kim Gentr> No. Carolina, and her sister — in — law, Lon Scoble • Best man was Brent Scoble. brother to the groom, and ushers were Ralph Sonderegger of Rigby, Idaho, and Kent Egbert, of PocatelJo. Idaho, both mission companions of the bridegroom; and Dr. Craig Carson, a cousin ft^m San Diego. A reception honoring the young couple was held at the Ocean Street Chapel. Children in Mrs. Evelyn Charles' elementary school class at Robert Taylor elementary school are getting a chance to exhibit their personalities and talents ki preparing for a school art show on Feb. 20. They are working on a project presently based on early bidian art from the Navajos. They weave yam, in round prepared round circles of wire ZoraCharles, daughterin law of Mrs. Charles. The younger Mrs. Charles teaches art in Calif, but comes once a year to help her awtherin-law prepare her students for the art show. Working in a quiet, orderly and interested manner, the students are kept busy measuring yards of yam for each color which helps with their math teaming experience also. There is individual sharing of materials and advice and a great deal of creativity in color choices. Teachers find that the personalities of the children are revealed in the shades and colors chosen-some vivid and deep in color, fome pastel and light tonn or browns and dark colors, and some in somber tones. h's a project that delights every child and gives them somethipg they have created with his own hands. MR. AND MRS. TERRY SCOBLE Laura Scoble was in charge of the guest book. Decorations were done by Mrs. Ila Tobler, mother of the bride, and the cake was made and decorated by Mrs. Vaiene Scoble, the groom's mother. The bride chose a long white flowing dress with satin lace at the top and a train in back. She had a floor — length vil, edged in lace and %er flowers were blue ciMations with white roses. The attendants chose light blue satin gowns with the long sleeves. The bride's mother chose a floor — length gown of blue and the bridegroom's mother chose a floor — length pink gown. The bride is a 1975 graduate of basic high school where she was a member of the safety council, pep club. Sun Youth Forum, girls'Glee, varsity soAball, Desertaire Manager, Business Club, Senior Homecoming attendant. She attended Southern Utah State College one year where she majored in child development. She is now working for the Bank of Nevada at Tropicana and Eastern. The bridegroom is a 1973 graduate of Basic high school where he was a member of the ski club, safety council, Sun Youth Forum, Soccer team. He attended Brigham University, majoring in engineering and served a mission for the LDS Church in Argentia. Cordoba. He is now working in construction. Following a honeymoon to California, the young couple will live at 30 Country Club Drive. You're ImitBd To... FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 47 i ATIANTIC AVL -SUNDAY SERVICtSPREPARE FOR ART SHOW-Preparing for the all-school art show at Taylor Elementary school are students of Mrs. Evelyn Charles. Seated are Gina Belch, Stacie White, Clate Thomas, Holly Prestwood, Ronnie English, Bradie Nere, and standing are Chris Slavek, Chad Shepherd, and Joe Pina. The art show will be Feb. 20. supplied to the students. J Their designs and color choices are their own. Assisting Mrs. Charles in the art project is Mrs. All of the Scoble family was present at the wedding for the first time in many years. Also .Audrey and Frank Robinson' grandparents of the groom, and his great grandmother, Edith Nay. WORSHIP HOUR-llflO AM SUNDAY SCHOOL-830 AM SUNDAY NITE-Un PM REV. JOHN OSKO. PASTOR mONE S6MB11 ~~~\. VISIT US AT OUR NEW LOCATION ^PACIFIC-HDN. PH 565-7070 MONDAY IHRU SATURDAY mcES mm. m. B 9AMTD6PM CtetdSuiday THniiaiiai979 WE FEATURE CUDAH Y USDA CHOICE Y-g BEEF 1/2 BE|F HTNl^ QUARTER lgLmi70lsl<45l 320TO 1 330ia • liM'.'lMililM liliiljyikTttiiti SaBTBAClT 1.49 LB AaSEEF FRANKS MiB s PICNIC HAM 1.15 IB snoHTr STEAK 2JN1B 39 BANANAS .„ FAMILY FOOD MARKET UVER J9lB ROUND STEAK TOP lailt BOTTOM 179 IB KBHreiOIUTO CATSUP ""z 4 More Smart Reasons For Buying a CHISM HOME The Country KKchen nunwout custom-designed cabintts with deluxe finish for easier ciMnins. mack bar, deluxe range and quality dishwasher. Energy Saving Features frame and stucco construction means lets power required to heat and cool ;. heavy duty insulation under roof and dual pane windows, waatheritripping of all doors, fine-tuning registen to control air flow add up to lower utility bills. Planned-Community Neighborhoods created on drawing boards before the f irtt home is built... cloM to schools, churches, recreation areas, and medical facilities... easily accessible to work and shopping centers. Advance planning that sets your home apart from others. Not only for today, but for thousands of tomorrows. Our Beautiful Sonora Ikga living room, 3 bedrooms with oversized master bedroom, spacious ceramic-tiled baths, built-in vanities. Huge kitchen with custom-designed cabineti 1=r
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Thurtdtjr. rebniary 8,1979 liCAl NOTKf UGAINOTKE U6A1 NOTKE kliik iOVE.RTXS.iME NT IN COWIIANCE WITH AND PURSUANT TO SECTION 56.8 OF THE CITTT OF HENDERSON CHARTER. ANO N.R.S. 354.602, 266.480 ANO 268.X3, THE CITY OF HENDERSON DOES HEREBY REPORT TVE FOLLOWINGTOTAL RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE FIRST QUARTER ENDItlC SEPTEMBER X, 1978 OF THE 1978-79 BUDGET YEAR. iECEHB car cojcni mrsa nJBI QUMOn 1978-79 !^SSCCTCS PnocblM Ttm UoBMW ^ PexBilca rtaMaFcM ftt Other GowBETBiO Ot^er ?.aoureM laCBcsc laaaA m Sbere-CPTO yiaaadag uj^c ^imirifA ca ?'Uc Safivr ?3rij :. TzsrmrUn CtLff Ccraarai Ttjnsfrfn Cue r xr!-r, gicy • i-SlifiDOli^ Ebiisis Balsa : ;:r7T£i rtra aSXML 839,:2A.0O 233.C0O.0O 284.500.00 190.200.30 2.E49.429.30 23,7W.X 30.QOO.X XO.00O.2O 3U.i63.0O 3tt,.C7C.r ie9.3a2.CO 208.ISO.00 I'M, ceo. :o =dfc,983.9fl5.M^ 132.615.00 Trrjfara ii ^ s.yt.ffl.?i 71.663. ?9.76fi.C0 TTESICXS .\£ Incize .ilair* tctal \V Zcul ZTm-aim 3uc Totai, Toul %cnclc5 Tbtjd Qcezaciai; Toul .Jcaop 'gvts3M local JCBDp IxpcM lite Lizsic^ Toui Cpcndsg Toctl toncp :4(WUB Tsui .Dcp :ji; I'll I • i;:.^2L. :TICJ5:B rPilIrt ^.700.M 3.20b.X xO,4iXl. At Ass gg^:r: •^ignic: 7<'; RuourcM ?raiczii la TOCJLI Trinatcn Gut Total ^ TI.ooc.oo. 3.33O.00 AS^r.T -iCtTUc: 742 Ttwaitrs la Total Ttjnifors Our T otal i Iff. 000.00 ^.503.00 BTTTT? a:::r:_irrjC7r. Tits Trtil :: r.299.r5 2.696.00 :?? 7.'*^^.*^ trsnf era Cut lAilnc BAIJBO ton! • "3SJ7ff c.Ta;'."0 ADJCSSS ACDO. uo: rrnr ;?i.i?9 .;;^JiL .;:,2iL ;^;?o 3:8.'08 l.sr3.-6i *95 J—lii. .-"M'^i • .11,59 • • .^73.rSl :^iIL "' • •'•e iOiiio -r-i.^^j .1^ \?oo .1— a .303] 500,893 t2fij:ii S5.?06 .ILL U.;8n siit UiJlL U.J78 ^ LIl. .*-;i£L ?3,-^ _LJ_Lil. .L^oi. ;7.037 14J69 :.^i? !!!i40^*>4 J\?M rrTT" d^SO .i "-^75 11,751 -0;iI2i: UGAl NOTKE U6A1 NOTKE LEGAl NOTKE Assascff Msmcr 7*4 xa gaang roc ^^xnmi >i*l r^^, 700.00 SMOtftM U.US.CO Ttmfmb tpul .jpndltm 7ir£ Out 2adla5UlM S.flU.JO I^ % ^2.833.?^ iH JLifi ^ St •AT ^ II 103 n^Lntda of idjuitnncs to buisK Masai iMs THE ABOV? FI:IAHC:AL RES'ORT WAS PREPARED BY THE FINANCE OCPARTHENT ANO FILED VITH ^E Cin CLt^K FEBPL'AIY 5. 1979 3Y BEVERLY ylfifiLESWORTH. ST-FF ASSISTANT TO THE CITY AUOITCR/FIMANCE DIRECTOR. APPROVED ^i^j ':/LCRlTTTiriLLIAfIS, MAYOR AT-EST; '-A^ DOROTHr-A.'-i/O^aNBRINK. C:'C.. CIT7 CLEW P';SL!SHED IN THE HENOESSON HOME 'lEVS fEBPUARY 8, ;379 HFebg, 1879 LEGAL NOTKE LEGAL NOTKE IN THE EIGHTH JUMClAL DISTRICT COUKT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK N. DSI80 -ANIS HADDAD, PkMlflr IN THE EIGHTH JUHOAL DISTRia COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTT OF OURK Nfl. D8I61 IVAN OUVARI. UMDA ANIS HADDAD • Dcfcadul SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DBFENDANTi Yea ve bwby wwtil aid nqulrcd lo MTVC ipM MVRIEL D. GUND, plaiallffi altericy, botc • ddraN b 302 E.CMMO 11102 Laa Vc|M, NtvMia 89101 aa aaawar la the Caaftatat wUck la hmwttk aervad afaa yea, wHUa 20 daya alter aarvtet ef tUi Sannom vpoa yaa, aiclwlva ai laa dap ei aa^'fea. • yaa faO la do aa, Jadgaaaat hy defaalt fll be lakaa agalMl yaa far the raMaf ilraiiaiait li Ifca CeaipUal. Ala arttaa la braacbt la lacavcr ajadgacat dlaaolvlB Ibc boiMla DRAGICA TOMAS OIVARI, SUMMONS the aUte of gracdaga la tbe abeva-NAMED DEFEND ANTi Yaa art hereby aaaaaaad aad repaired lo aervo apaa EDWARD WEINSTEIN, €SQ., plaiBtlffi aiioracy, whaaa abaa ia 2305 Laa Vaiaa BM. S., Laa Veiaa, Nevada, 89104 aa aaawar to Iba arHck la kiNvlth aarved yaa,wMltoltdayai a( thia SaaaaM apea yaa, aidaaKa a( tbe day al aarvteo. If yea fall l lie M, Jadgaaal by defaoh be lakaa ataa( yaa fattbriaBaf daaaaadadlBlba af aaa iihaa ay aaw aad bateta> foie ciladag betweea yea and lb* Plaialiff, aad for each other aad fartber laUef u la aat forth la Ibc CoaipUhil hafcbi. Lerette BOWBMD, Clerfc of Coail By Maiaha PadilU, Dapoty Ckrh (Seal) Dale: Jaaaary 3, 1979 • H • Jaa 11, 18, 25, Feb 1, 8, 1979 TUa acMaa la focover a JadfBaal Ibc baada of aalrfaMajr preaeotlv edaH^ batweaa yaa wd tbcPlaWa. Lorctu Bawaaa, Cleii af Caairt By Maiaha Padfle, Bayaty CSaifc [Seal] DATEi Jaaaaiy 2, 1979 • H Jaa. 11, 18, 25, Fab 1, I, 1979 1 tGAL NOTICE VACATION or RIGHT-Or WAY PORTION OE MOSIR NOTICE 1.S HEREBY GIVEV tk,.' i petition ht> been nied with ike Clerk oTUie Counril of the City of Hendcfir"i. Ne*d, rrqueitloi the VK lUon of TH^T PORTION or MOSER I RIVE BETWEEN MERLAYNt AND PRICE STREETS, AN ESTIMATED Dl TANCEOrSlOfEETMORE OR LESS BEING aOKEET IN WIDTH THE PEHTIONER THE CITY IF HENDERSON. hM reauetted UU viMtlon to allow tbe ronnection of Wpili Pirk as preMBtly located and iko Clark County Sf bool Diitnrt Preperi Tbe obiective leaf term plan ii • School fark Development A PLBUC HEARING on the t\i vacation will be keld on tbe 20th day of rcbniao'. 1>79. which la a Tue^lay. at the hour of 7 OOP M, or u aoon thereaf ler as prirtirable. in the CounnI Chamber al City Hall, MI Water Street, in the City of Henderson. County of i ark. Nevarti IF. irPDN SUCH HEARIN(;. ihr City Council of (aid City of Hcnderten be satisfied that the public will not be materially Injured by lacb propoaed vacation, tbe above described ncbt-of wa> will be vacated THIS NOTICE II liven purauini to an order made by the City Council of the City of Henderton. Nevada at iM Reiular Neetlol oa January IS. IfTt, DATED thii tb day af January lOT* and PUBUSHED IN THE HENDERSON HOME NEWS February lit and Mb IOTP POSTED RIGHT-Or-WAY Posled February tad. liW J Ll (f) Darethy A VandMihrtnk DOROraV A V0NDCN8IUNK, CMC. CITY CURE HPeb LAIIIt LEGAL NOTKE NOTICE KILA FM N S MHZ. Headerson, Nevada ewnerihip Faith Communleatlona Corporation, haa filed application for transfer of control November 1, 1078, to new board of Iruateea. same corporation Propoaed tniiteci arc Jack G French. Ann M. French. Alice B Andrcwa. James S Goldhni. Pel Goldring. Gilbert Wilde. Martin Badura. Jack Janne. Earl White and Paul Meade. A copy of the application Is available for public inspection at the corporate offices. 2201 South 6th Street, Las Vefas. Nevada H-rcb 6.1. 12. IS, im IN THE EIGHTH JUDiaAL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COrNTY OF CURK FILED JAN l10 42 AM It LORETTA BOWMAN. CLERK BY JUANITA MOYER CASE NO. DS02 CIVIL DOCKET In the Matter of the Parental Rights as 10 MICHAEL EUGENE NOVIELLE. a Minor. NOTICE TO CUFTORDM SFECKMAN.the natural father of the above-named person YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that there bat been filed my the above cnlilled Court a Petition praying for the termination of your parental rights over the above named minor person, and that the Petition has been set lor hearing before this Court at the Courtroom thereof, on the 21st day of March, lift, at ^aa o'riock A.M at which time and place you are reaulred lo be present If you desire to oppose ibe PetiUon DATED this 16 day of Janaary. I7 LORETTA BOWMAN. Oerk By JUANITA HOYCR. Deputy (SEAL) (s) Jack G Per^ PERRY 4 CLARY Attorneys at Law Post Office Boi lltO aa South Fourth Street Laa Vegai. Nevada WIOl H>lan l(.a. Feb I.S. im In the Eighth Judicial District Court of the Stale of Nevada In and For the County of Clark No DWM TON NUCHKASEM. Plaintiff VS. VANDEE NUCHKASEM, DefcndaM. SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon EDWARD WEINSTEIN. CHARTERED. plaintlfri attorney, wboae address li 230S Las Vegas Blvd S Las Vegav Nevada. VIM. an answer to (he Complaint which is herewith served upon you. within 20 dsys after service of this Summons upon yon. eiclaatvc of the day of service, if you fail to do so. judiment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Com plaint This action is brought to recover a judgment dissolving (be bonds of matrimony presently etlstlng between you and the Plalatlff LORETTA BOWMAN, Clerk of Coatt By JEANETTt SANDERS, Deputy Clerk DATE: February I, IPTI (SCAU H Fob a IS. a. Mar I, •. WTB NOTICE or APPUCATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE OP NEVADA FMRUARY S, im ApplkaOea Ne JtlOS Notice la bereby given that on the Hh day of September ln. Steve Molnar, Sr of Las Vegas SUU of Neva4a Made appllcatloa to the SUU Engliicer af Nevada Her per• lasion to appropriate 2 T a oeead toct ef tbe rablk weurs eftte Stau •r Nevada Dtvortlea li la be maaa fnm aa aaderfreand aoarte at a petal liiHif vttklB tbe SEH SW^. Seetlaa O. TSS., KWt. M.D B M,. er et a poiat f>ove named Decedent That tbe Petition has been set for bearing before this Court, at the courtroom thereof, at Las Veia.i. in the County of Clark. Stale of Nevada, on the lath day of February. ItTI. at tM AM. at which time and place you are required lo be present if you desire to oppose the PetlUon DATED this IB day of Jinuai3t_ vm LORETTA BOWMAN. Clerk BY SHARON ANDERSON, Deputy Clerk islJsmesE Guesman JAMES E GUESMAN Attorney for Petitioner .123 South Third St. Suite 24 Us Vegas. Nevada ttlOl (SEAU V-Jan 29. Fob 1, a ItTI In (he Eighth Judicial Diitrlct Court of the Slate of Nevada. In and For the County of Clark No oaasi FRED CHANG NG, Plaintirr VS DORIS TU NC. Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE or NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANT You aae hereby summoned and required to serve upon EDWARD WEINSTEIN, CHARTERED, plaintiffs attorney, whose address is 3349 Las Vegas Blvd S Us Vegas. Nevada, ttKM. aa answer to the Complain! which ii herewith served upon you. within 30 days after service of this Summons upon you.eieluiiveofthe day of service If you fail (o do so, judiment byde fault will be taken against you for Ike relief demanded In the Complaint This action is brought to recover a judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony presently eiisting between you and tbe Plaintiff LORETTA BOWMAN. Clerk of Court By MARSHA PAPILLA, Deputy Clerk (SEAL) DATE: Jaauary 23. ItTt HTcb a IS, 33. Mar. I.airt ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Scaled bids, subject to the condl tions contained la the Contract Documents will be received at the ofnce of the Henderson City Clerk, 243 Wster St Henderson. Nev, •OlSup to the hour of 2 00 pm. on the dale stipulated below for openiniofbids Name and addressofthe Bidder with Bid Tide and Contract NumtMr must appear on the outside of the sealed envelope Bids will be opened by the CltyClerfcati Public Openmi at the following time, place and dale ANNUAL MATERIALS CONTRACT 2 00 P M 22 February. 1171 Conference Room. Henderson City Hall. 343 Water St Jienderaoa. NV M019 The material will be delivered to the Henderson City Yards. 406 Van Wagenen Street. Henderaon. Nevada Bids must be submitted on the forms ftimlshed by the City and accompanied by B certined check or acceptable collateral in the amount of flve percent (9%) of the toUl amount of the bid. made payable to the City of Henderson A bid bond in lieuofthecertiHed check will be acceptable The saecesafUl bidder vUl be required to hirnlsh at his own ei penae. a Faithful Performanci Bond IB the amount of not less Ihaa one hundred portent (10) of the contrKtod price Paithtol Perfe* mance Bond ahall be retained for the duration of Use contract Bid forms and Contract DocsmenU may be obuined at the Pablic Works DepataMBt. City Hall. Hendersoa. Nevada, SpecifleaUons may be parchaaed far the price of Five Dollars (tS.tO) with NO REFUND Copies of tbe SpecincaUons are available fer inspection at MM PubiM Works Depertment TiM City rcaerves UM right lo re ject any and • or si I bid s Tbe lowest respoairtea aad responsible bidder •Ul haladfad at the basis of priee. perrermaace te spoeificstioat bidders qaalineatleni, and the beat laioraat of Ibe pablic each of sarh hctan haiag considered (s) Doralby A Vendenbnnk DOROTHY A VONDENBRINK CMC cmrcLSRK H • rah a 11 ina 11 Drake Street t^ be toKola -% Only one resident on the section of Kola Street between Center Street and Major Avenue appeared before the City Council Monday night to protest a name change for that portion of Kola to Drake Street, but that resident's protest seemed sufficient to convince the council to change Drake Street to Kola instead. Lou Pappas, a former police chief, said he had lived on Kola Street since 1971 and he objected to the expense he would have to go through the changing credit cards, drivers license, etc. if the name were to be changed. Planning Director Bob Gordon explained that in time it was going to create a worse problem than it already has if a name change was not made. Drake Street; which runs just one block along beside the Henderson Boys' Club, was named in memory of a young man. Dennis Drake, who had done a great deal of work for the Boys' Gub. and later died. "Why not name some other street in the young man's name." asked Councilman Garv Price, adding that with all the new streets being created in Henderson there should be one that could bear the name 'Drake. The council voted to deny the name change of Kola to Drake, then readvertise the name change of Drake to Kola, making it Kola all the way out to the foothills. A public hearing will be held for the name change at a later date. In other actions the council: "Approved a name change for a portion of Center Street as it exists from the Boulder Highway south across Hie Union Pacific railroad to Horizon Drive to Mona Lane. -Approved a name change for Perth Street to Parawan du^to the similarity of sound to Firth which is crossed by Perth in Sec. 4. "Approved the vacation of a 20 ft. wide jtrip 3(X) ft. in length on the westerly side of Crestway. "Approved the vacation of a portion of right-of-way on Wagon Wheel, ten ft. on the north side and ten ft. on the south side. --Approved a planned unit residential develop-nent in Camarlo Valley consisting of approximately 72 lots on 5.7acres in a R-3 zone .. Lowrey Tdp' Concert Here To feature Trip' ZiegW Henderson Home News Thursday, February 8,1979 Thanks to Bill Hintz of Boulder City's Boulder Notes and Keyboards, music enthusiasts are in for a real treat here on Valentine's Day as "Trip" Ziegler comes to town in special concert. Tilled "An Evening with the Lowrey Organ", the free program will take place in the Gingerwood Recreation Hall at 8 p.m. on February 14. Though young in years, "Trip" is a veteran professional organist having worked his way through college entertaining on the organ. Though his college curriculum earned him a degree in business administration, his first love continues to be the organ. His performance on several models of the Lowrey organ promises to provide a stimulating musical expeVience for organ enthusiasts, as well as an exciting treat for the uninitiated. "Trip" will demonstrate how advanced musicians, as well as beginners, can take advantage of today's advances in electronic organs. igtr3" '*X^^^, Some used to say the number of white spots on your fingernails iMai the number of fnendi you had. START A SNOW MAN What do you do when it snows? You start a snow man, and that's what happened on Fir Street where this snowy gentleman was under construction. I < > 1 Regional Planning Coundl Supported By Henderson BEST GOLD & DIAMOND BUYS IN LAS VEGAS Finest OuRlily Jewle'y nt the best prices LOOK FOR OUR SPECIAL VALENTINE'S AD COMING SOON. The Henderson city council, affirming the importance of the Regional Planning Council, apporoved the operations budget for the 1979-80 year for $186,316. According to Ray Lamb, executive director of the regional planning council, the budget reflects three funding sources. A total of SI 15.316 would be provided by the planning council; S53.000 from the Departihent of Housing and urban Development; and S18.000 from the census bureau and local users. Funding for staff is administered by Clark County, a member entity, and so the CCRPC staff is part of the county governmental system, in that they are guided by the county personnel code and receive all benefits and obligations of county employees. Salaries are based on similar job classifications for county personnel and the fringe benefits, such as retirement, insurance, vacation and sick leave are also tied to the county personnel system. Lamb told the couacil the (undl was set up to be funded from county taxes, however, he said other funding probably would be needed. Councilman Phil Stout said he felt the council was important and should be supported by the member cities. ^%%%%% ^^^^%%^%^%^^ 14 KT. GOLD •MHNTINI W SvMMiWCKMlfMI "**• ab • 1^' i.trcs anxr S.WSS23" SLEEK COBM NECK CHAINS UKlOaW COBRA BRACELET M.ia 12 48 14 Kt. Oeta CSIM EAMWBS ^ r 19 ts ^ Hnvy It Bi OM ftlR MBM WK CMM IS" mm 34 14 Kt. Gold A Otemond RJn0t RataH BO" Oir SHCtioritr 199 14 Kl. SOLID OOLO •> Z ROPE CHAINS y urn iis m anf Uaga ^' O0" PeuiiMOOO awM^IIO** iJjVoo 159" aelali MO 00 .<•••.. ~.i 179** imin Msiaii 110 00 7 Wnn Mslaxrsoo AUM.W, 14 Kl. 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Thurtdtjr. rebniary 8,1979 liCAl NOTKf UGAINOTKE U6A1 NOTKE kliik iOVE.RTXS.iME NT IN COWIIANCE WITH AND PURSUANT TO SECTION 56.8 OF THE CITTT OF HENDERSON CHARTER. ANO N.R.S. 354.602, 266.480 ANO 268.X3, THE CITY OF HENDERSON DOES HEREBY REPORT TVE FOLLOWINGTOTAL RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE FIRST QUARTER ENDItlC SEPTEMBER X, 1978 OF THE 1978-79 BUDGET YEAR. iECEHB car cojcni mrsa nJBI QUMOn 1978-79 !^SSCCTCS PnocblM Ttm UoBMW ^ PexBilca rtaMaFcM ftt Other GowBETBiO Ot^er ?.aoureM laCBcsc laaaA m Sbere-CPTO yiaaadag uj^c ^imirifA ca ?'Uc Safivr ?3rij :. TzsrmrUn CtLff Ccraarai Ttjnsfrfn Cue r xr!-r, gicy • i-SlifiDOli^ Ebiisis Balsa : ;:r7T£i rtra aSXML 839,:2A.0O 233.C0O.0O 284.500.00 190.200.30 2.E49.429.30 23,7W.X 30.QOO.X XO.00O.2O 3U.i63.0O 3tt,.C7C.r ie9.3a2.CO 208.ISO.00 I'M, ceo. :o =dfc,983.9fl5.M^ 132.615.00 Trrjfara ii ^ s.yt.ffl.?i 71.663. ?9.76fi.C0 TTESICXS .\£ Incize .ilair* tctal \V Zcul ZTm-aim 3uc Totai, Toul %cnclc5 Tbtjd Qcezaciai; Toul .Jcaop 'gvts3M local JCBDp IxpcM lite Lizsic^ Toui Cpcndsg Toctl toncp :4(WUB Tsui .Dcp :ji; I'll I • i;:.^2L. :TICJ5:B rPilIrt ^.700.M 3.20b.X xO,4iXl. At Ass gg^:r: •^ignic: 7<'; RuourcM ?raiczii la TOCJLI Trinatcn Gut Total ^ TI.ooc.oo. 3.33O.00 AS^r.T -iCtTUc: 742 Ttwaitrs la Total Ttjnifors Our T otal i Iff. 000.00 ^.503.00 BTTTT? a:::r:_irrjC7r. Tits Trtil :: r.299.r5 2.696.00 :?? 7.'*^^.*^ trsnf era Cut lAilnc BAIJBO ton! • "3SJ7ff c.Ta;'."0 ADJCSSS ACDO. uo: rrnr ;?i.i?9 .;;^JiL .;:,2iL ;^;?o 3:8.'08 l.sr3.-6i *95 J—lii. .-"M'^i • .11,59 • • .^73.rSl :^iIL "' • •'•e iOiiio -r-i.^^j .1^ \?oo .1— a .303] 500,893 t2fij:ii S5.?06 .ILL U.;8n siit UiJlL U.J78 ^ LIl. .*-;i£L ?3,-^ _LJ_Lil. .L^oi. ;7.037 14J69 :.^i? !!!i40^*>4 J\?M rrTT" d^SO .i "-^75 11,751 -0;iI2i: UGAl NOTKE U6A1 NOTKE LEGAl NOTKE Assascff Msmcr 7*4 xa gaang roc ^^xnmi >i*l r^^, 700.00 SMOtftM U.US.CO Ttmfmb tpul .jpndltm 7ir£ Out 2adla5UlM S.flU.JO I^ % ^2.833.?^ iH JLifi ^ St •AT ^ II 103 n^Lntda of idjuitnncs to buisK Masai iMs THE ABOV? FI:IAHC:AL RES'ORT WAS PREPARED BY THE FINANCE OCPARTHENT ANO FILED VITH ^E Cin CLt^K FEBPL'AIY 5. 1979 3Y BEVERLY ylfifiLESWORTH. ST-FF ASSISTANT TO THE CITY AUOITCR/FIMANCE DIRECTOR. APPROVED ^i^j ':/LCRlTTTiriLLIAfIS, MAYOR AT-EST; '-A^ DOROTHr-A.'-i/O^aNBRINK. C:'C.. CIT7 CLEW P';SL!SHED IN THE HENOESSON HOME 'lEVS fEBPUARY 8, ;379 HFebg, 1879 LEGAL NOTKE LEGAL NOTKE IN THE EIGHTH JUMClAL DISTRICT COUKT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK N. DSI80 -ANIS HADDAD, PkMlflr IN THE EIGHTH JUHOAL DISTRia COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTT OF OURK Nfl. D8I61 IVAN OUVARI. UMDA ANIS HADDAD • Dcfcadul SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DBFENDANTi Yea ve bwby wwtil aid nqulrcd lo MTVC ipM MVRIEL D. GUND, plaiallffi altericy, botc • ddraN b 302 E.CMMO 11102 Laa Vc|M, NtvMia 89101 aa aaawar la the Caaftatat wUck la hmwttk aervad afaa yea, wHUa 20 daya alter aarvtet ef tUi Sannom vpoa yaa, aiclwlva ai laa dap ei aa^'fea. • yaa faO la do aa, Jadgaaaat hy defaalt fll be lakaa agalMl yaa far the raMaf ilraiiaiait li Ifca CeaipUal. Ala arttaa la braacbt la lacavcr ajadgacat dlaaolvlB Ibc boiMla DRAGICA TOMAS OIVARI, SUMMONS the aUte of gracdaga la tbe abeva-NAMED DEFEND ANTi Yaa art hereby aaaaaaad aad repaired lo aervo apaa EDWARD WEINSTEIN, €SQ., plaiBtlffi aiioracy, whaaa abaa ia 2305 Laa Vaiaa BM. S., Laa Veiaa, Nevada, 89104 aa aaawar to Iba arHck la kiNvlth aarved yaa,wMltoltdayai a( thia SaaaaM apea yaa, aidaaKa a( tbe day al aarvteo. If yea fall l lie M, Jadgaaal by defaoh be lakaa ataa( yaa fattbriaBaf daaaaadadlBlba af aaa iihaa ay aaw aad bateta> foie ciladag betweea yea and lb* Plaialiff, aad for each other aad fartber laUef u la aat forth la Ibc CoaipUhil hafcbi. Lerette BOWBMD, Clerfc of Coail By Maiaha PadilU, Dapoty Ckrh (Seal) Dale: Jaaaary 3, 1979 • H • Jaa 11, 18, 25, Feb 1, 8, 1979 TUa acMaa la focover a JadfBaal Ibc baada of aalrfaMajr preaeotlv edaH^ batweaa yaa wd tbcPlaWa. Lorctu Bawaaa, Cleii af Caairt By Maiaha Padfle, Bayaty CSaifc [Seal] DATEi Jaaaaiy 2, 1979 • H Jaa. 11, 18, 25, Fab 1, I, 1979 1 tGAL NOTICE VACATION or RIGHT-Or WAY PORTION OE MOSIR NOTICE 1.S HEREBY GIVEV tk,.' i petition ht> been nied with ike Clerk oTUie Counril of the City of Hendcfir"i. Ne*d, rrqueitloi the VK lUon of TH^T PORTION or MOSER I RIVE BETWEEN MERLAYNt AND PRICE STREETS, AN ESTIMATED Dl TANCEOrSlOfEETMORE OR LESS BEING aOKEET IN WIDTH THE PEHTIONER THE CITY IF HENDERSON. hM reauetted UU viMtlon to allow tbe ronnection of Wpili Pirk as preMBtly located and iko Clark County Sf bool Diitnrt Preperi Tbe obiective leaf term plan ii • School fark Development A PLBUC HEARING on the t\i vacation will be keld on tbe 20th day of rcbniao'. 1>79. which la a Tue^lay. at the hour of 7 OOP M, or u aoon thereaf ler as prirtirable. in the CounnI Chamber al City Hall, MI Water Street, in the City of Henderson. County of i ark. Nevarti IF. irPDN SUCH HEARIN(;. ihr City Council of (aid City of Hcnderten be satisfied that the public will not be materially Injured by lacb propoaed vacation, tbe above described ncbt-of wa> will be vacated THIS NOTICE II liven purauini to an order made by the City Council of the City of Henderton. Nevada at iM Reiular Neetlol oa January IS. IfTt, DATED thii tb day af January lOT* and PUBUSHED IN THE HENDERSON HOME NEWS February lit and Mb IOTP POSTED RIGHT-Or-WAY Posled February tad. liW J Ll (f) Darethy A VandMihrtnk DOROraV A V0NDCN8IUNK, CMC. CITY CURE HPeb LAIIIt LEGAL NOTKE NOTICE KILA FM N S MHZ. Headerson, Nevada ewnerihip Faith Communleatlona Corporation, haa filed application for transfer of control November 1, 1078, to new board of Iruateea. same corporation Propoaed tniiteci arc Jack G French. Ann M. French. Alice B Andrcwa. James S Goldhni. Pel Goldring. Gilbert Wilde. Martin Badura. Jack Janne. Earl White and Paul Meade. A copy of the application Is available for public inspection at the corporate offices. 2201 South 6th Street, Las Vefas. Nevada H-rcb 6.1. 12. IS, im IN THE EIGHTH JUDiaAL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COrNTY OF CURK FILED JAN l10 42 AM It LORETTA BOWMAN. CLERK BY JUANITA MOYER CASE NO. DS02 CIVIL DOCKET In the Matter of the Parental Rights as 10 MICHAEL EUGENE NOVIELLE. a Minor. NOTICE TO CUFTORDM SFECKMAN.the natural father of the above-named person YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that there bat been filed my the above cnlilled Court a Petition praying for the termination of your parental rights over the above named minor person, and that the Petition has been set lor hearing before this Court at the Courtroom thereof, on the 21st day of March, lift, at ^aa o'riock A.M at which time and place you are reaulred lo be present If you desire to oppose ibe PetiUon DATED this 16 day of Janaary. I7 LORETTA BOWMAN. Oerk By JUANITA HOYCR. Deputy (SEAL) (s) Jack G Per^ PERRY 4 CLARY Attorneys at Law Post Office Boi lltO aa South Fourth Street Laa Vegai. Nevada WIOl H>lan l(.a. Feb I.S. im In the Eighth Judicial District Court of the Stale of Nevada In and For the County of Clark No DWM TON NUCHKASEM. Plaintiff VS. VANDEE NUCHKASEM, DefcndaM. SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon EDWARD WEINSTEIN. CHARTERED. plaintlfri attorney, wboae address li 230S Las Vegas Blvd S Las Vegav Nevada. VIM. an answer to (he Complaint which is herewith served upon you. within 20 dsys after service of this Summons upon yon. eiclaatvc of the day of service, if you fail to do so. judiment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Com plaint This action is brought to recover a judgment dissolving (be bonds of matrimony presently etlstlng between you and the Plalatlff LORETTA BOWMAN, Clerk of Coatt By JEANETTt SANDERS, Deputy Clerk DATE: February I, IPTI (SCAU H Fob a IS. a. Mar I, •. WTB NOTICE or APPUCATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE OP NEVADA FMRUARY S, im ApplkaOea Ne JtlOS Notice la bereby given that on the Hh day of September ln. Steve Molnar, Sr of Las Vegas SUU of Neva4a Made appllcatloa to the SUU Engliicer af Nevada Her per• lasion to appropriate 2 T a oeead toct ef tbe rablk weurs eftte Stau •r Nevada Dtvortlea li la be maaa fnm aa aaderfreand aoarte at a petal liiHif vttklB tbe SEH SW^. Seetlaa O. TSS., KWt. M.D B M,. er et a poiat f>ove named Decedent That tbe Petition has been set for bearing before this Court, at the courtroom thereof, at Las Veia.i. in the County of Clark. Stale of Nevada, on the lath day of February. ItTI. at tM AM. at which time and place you are required lo be present if you desire to oppose the PetlUon DATED this IB day of Jinuai3t_ vm LORETTA BOWMAN. Clerk BY SHARON ANDERSON, Deputy Clerk islJsmesE Guesman JAMES E GUESMAN Attorney for Petitioner .123 South Third St. Suite 24 Us Vegas. Nevada ttlOl (SEAU V-Jan 29. Fob 1, a ItTI In (he Eighth Judicial Diitrlct Court of the Slate of Nevada. In and For the County of Clark No oaasi FRED CHANG NG, Plaintirr VS DORIS TU NC. Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE or NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANT You aae hereby summoned and required to serve upon EDWARD WEINSTEIN, CHARTERED, plaintiffs attorney, whose address is 3349 Las Vegas Blvd S Us Vegas. Nevada, ttKM. aa answer to the Complain! which ii herewith served upon you. within 30 days after service of this Summons upon you.eieluiiveofthe day of service If you fail (o do so, judiment byde fault will be taken against you for Ike relief demanded In the Complaint This action is brought to recover a judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony presently eiisting between you and tbe Plaintiff LORETTA BOWMAN. Clerk of Court By MARSHA PAPILLA, Deputy Clerk (SEAL) DATE: Jaauary 23. ItTt HTcb a IS, 33. Mar. I.airt ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Scaled bids, subject to the condl tions contained la the Contract Documents will be received at the ofnce of the Henderson City Clerk, 243 Wster St Henderson. Nev, •OlSup to the hour of 2 00 pm. on the dale stipulated below for openiniofbids Name and addressofthe Bidder with Bid Tide and Contract NumtMr must appear on the outside of the sealed envelope Bids will be opened by the CltyClerfcati Public Openmi at the following time, place and dale ANNUAL MATERIALS CONTRACT 2 00 P M 22 February. 1171 Conference Room. Henderson City Hall. 343 Water St Jienderaoa. NV M019 The material will be delivered to the Henderson City Yards. 406 Van Wagenen Street. Henderaon. Nevada Bids must be submitted on the forms ftimlshed by the City and accompanied by B certined check or acceptable collateral in the amount of flve percent (9%) of the toUl amount of the bid. made payable to the City of Henderson A bid bond in lieuofthecertiHed check will be acceptable The saecesafUl bidder vUl be required to hirnlsh at his own ei penae. a Faithful Performanci Bond IB the amount of not less Ihaa one hundred portent (10) of the contrKtod price Paithtol Perfe* mance Bond ahall be retained for the duration of Use contract Bid forms and Contract DocsmenU may be obuined at the Pablic Works DepataMBt. City Hall. Hendersoa. Nevada, SpecifleaUons may be parchaaed far the price of Five Dollars (tS.tO) with NO REFUND Copies of tbe SpecincaUons are available fer inspection at MM PubiM Works Depertment TiM City rcaerves UM right lo re ject any and • or si I bid s Tbe lowest respoairtea aad responsible bidder •Ul haladfad at the basis of priee. perrermaace te spoeificstioat bidders qaalineatleni, and the beat laioraat of Ibe pablic each of sarh hctan haiag considered (s) Doralby A Vendenbnnk DOROTHY A VONDENBRINK CMC cmrcLSRK H • rah a 11 ina 11 Drake Street t^ be toKola -% Only one resident on the section of Kola Street between Center Street and Major Avenue appeared before the City Council Monday night to protest a name change for that portion of Kola to Drake Street, but that resident's protest seemed sufficient to convince the council to change Drake Street to Kola instead. Lou Pappas, a former police chief, said he had lived on Kola Street since 1971 and he objected to the expense he would have to go through the changing credit cards, drivers license, etc. if the name were to be changed. Planning Director Bob Gordon explained that in time it was going to create a worse problem than it already has if a name change was not made. Drake Street; which runs just one block along beside the Henderson Boys' Club, was named in memory of a young man. Dennis Drake, who had done a great deal of work for the Boys' Gub. and later died. "Why not name some other street in the young man's name." asked Councilman Garv Price, adding that with all the new streets being created in Henderson there should be one that could bear the name 'Drake. The council voted to deny the name change of Kola to Drake, then readvertise the name change of Drake to Kola, making it Kola all the way out to the foothills. A public hearing will be held for the name change at a later date. In other actions the council: "Approved a name change for a portion of Center Street as it exists from the Boulder Highway south across Hie Union Pacific railroad to Horizon Drive to Mona Lane. -Approved a name change for Perth Street to Parawan du^to the similarity of sound to Firth which is crossed by Perth in Sec. 4. "Approved the vacation of a 20 ft. wide jtrip 3(X) ft. in length on the westerly side of Crestway. "Approved the vacation of a portion of right-of-way on Wagon Wheel, ten ft. on the north side and ten ft. on the south side. --Approved a planned unit residential develop-nent in Camarlo Valley consisting of approximately 72 lots on 5.7acres in a R-3 zone .. Lowrey Tdp' Concert Here To feature Trip' ZiegW Henderson Home News Thursday, February 8,1979 Thanks to Bill Hintz of Boulder City's Boulder Notes and Keyboards, music enthusiasts are in for a real treat here on Valentine's Day as "Trip" Ziegler comes to town in special concert. Tilled "An Evening with the Lowrey Organ", the free program will take place in the Gingerwood Recreation Hall at 8 p.m. on February 14. Though young in years, "Trip" is a veteran professional organist having worked his way through college entertaining on the organ. Though his college curriculum earned him a degree in business administration, his first love continues to be the organ. His performance on several models of the Lowrey organ promises to provide a stimulating musical expeVience for organ enthusiasts, as well as an exciting treat for the uninitiated. "Trip" will demonstrate how advanced musicians, as well as beginners, can take advantage of today's advances in electronic organs. igtr3" '*X^^^, Some used to say the number of white spots on your fingernails iMai the number of fnendi you had. START A SNOW MAN What do you do when it snows? You start a snow man, and that's what happened on Fir Street where this snowy gentleman was under construction. I < > 1 Regional Planning Coundl Supported By Henderson BEST GOLD & DIAMOND BUYS IN LAS VEGAS Finest OuRlily Jewle'y nt the best prices LOOK FOR OUR SPECIAL VALENTINE'S AD COMING SOON. The Henderson city council, affirming the importance of the Regional Planning Council, apporoved the operations budget for the 1979-80 year for $186,316. According to Ray Lamb, executive director of the regional planning council, the budget reflects three funding sources. A total of SI 15.316 would be provided by the planning council; S53.000 from the Departihent of Housing and urban Development; and S18.000 from the census bureau and local users. Funding for staff is administered by Clark County, a member entity, and so the CCRPC staff is part of the county governmental system, in that they are guided by the county personnel code and receive all benefits and obligations of county employees. Salaries are based on similar job classifications for county personnel and the fringe benefits, such as retirement, insurance, vacation and sick leave are also tied to the county personnel system. Lamb told the couacil the (undl was set up to be funded from county taxes, however, he said other funding probably would be needed. Councilman Phil Stout said he felt the council was important and should be supported by the member cities. ^%%%%% ^^^^%%^%^%^^ 14 KT. GOLD •MHNTINI W SvMMiWCKMlfMI "**• ab • 1^' i.trcs anxr S.WSS23" SLEEK COBM NECK CHAINS UKlOaW COBRA BRACELET M.ia 12 48 14 Kt. Oeta CSIM EAMWBS ^ r 19 ts ^ Hnvy It Bi OM ftlR MBM WK CMM IS" mm 34 14 Kt. Gold A Otemond RJn0t RataH BO" Oir SHCtioritr 199 14 Kl. SOLID OOLO •> Z ROPE CHAINS y urn iis m anf Uaga ^' O0" PeuiiMOOO awM^IIO** iJjVoo 159" aelali MO 00 .<•••.. ~.i 179** imin Msiaii 110 00 7 Wnn Mslaxrsoo AUM.W, 14 Kl. 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Thursday, rebruary 8,1979 DEAR CITIZENS OF HENDERSON: % %lt very special invitation to all the go people of Henderson You are all invited to our Open House, February 8,1979 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., in celebration of Bank of Nevada's 25th Anniversary in Henderson. •r BANK OF N£VADA lr9 412 WATffi STRST HENDERSON, NEVADA f a-L. LEFT TO RIGHT Darlerie Jenkins, Safe Deposit Clerk; Vicki Hannig, Teller; Jackie Fisher, Student Help; Marge Walters, Telephone Operator; Mary Maestas, Loan Dept; Paula Thompson, Teller. FRONT ROW Debbie Carter, General Ledger Clerk; Judy Larson, Teller: Edna Jones. Teller; SECOND ROW LEFT TO RIGHT June Thompson, Vault & Business Teller; Kim Romans, Operations Secretary; Adtienne Peterson, Teller; Lillie Craig, Teller. j LEFT TO RIGHT Blanche Berryhill, TCD Clerk; (Back) Norma Blair, Utility Clerk; Fran Keller, Operations Assistant; Connie Fuller, Operations Officer; Vicki Reeves, Returned Items Clerk. Hattie Price, New Accts. Clerk Betty Phariss, New Accts. Clerk If' HIGH SCHOOL PAPV.RS ContH. troTR page 30 products needed to serve the community. The nrst issue involved the purchase of a new internal communications system (an item Ubled from 1128). The city manager brought forth comparisons in price between units offered by Centel and Las Vegas Communications. The other council members asked that this item be tabled, so they may study the facts more closely before coming to a decision. The second item, a trailer used forelectrical line work, was brought before the council. The item was questioned by one council member as to whether we needed a new trailer or if the old one could be repaired. } This question was answered by an electrical line worker present at the meeting. He commented that in his opionion a new trailer should be purchased as a matter for worker safety. The council then voted unanimously to purchase a new trailer. The council also approved the purchase of 25 transformers for $25,000. The next major item on the agenda covered the land matters facing Boulder City. These land matters ranged from a request for helicopters to land at the airport to approval of new residential units at Lake Terrace. • -Two new bills were introduced at the meeting. The bills concerned residential units and unrderground connections. The meeting wound up BOYSCcarr Pog11 Thursday, February A. 1979 Big International Cast In "Force 10 From Navarone" now showing at i_ Rainbow Theatre ANNIVERSARY WEEK with discussion of personnel appointments and reports from the city manager and the city attorney. I enjoyed attending the city council meeting. I left City Hall with a better understanding of how city spending and government affairs are handled by our city council. FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Gaylin Peten, SecreUry; Sarah Bates, Secretary; Selma Bartlett, Bank Manager; Bruce Hendrlcks. Loan OfRcer; SECOND ROW George Lennox, Loan Officer; Kathy Taylor, Secretary, Darlene SUveck, Secretary. < • • Please Come! Selma Bartlett (ft StafC^ Member FDIC AOMrictn IntornaUonal PicUirM' til-million epic adventuri film, "Force 10 From Navirooe," which opens Feb. 7th at Uie Raiifbow Theatre, itari an internationally famoui caiL Headini the cast of charactert adapted from Alisiair MacLean's best-xlling novel are Robert Shaw, Harrison Ford, Edward Fox, Barbara Bach, Carl Weathers, Franco Nero and Richard Kiel. Robert Shaw, famed for his roles in "Jaws" and "The Deep," stars as the battle-scarred British commando who two years previously silenced the infamous "Gum of Navarone," and fresh from his triumphant rescue of the universe as Han Solo, ihe heroic daredevil in "Star Wars." Harrison Ford comes down to earth as the leader of the "Force 10" mission. One of England's most versatile actors. Edward Fox switches from his "Day of the Jackal" image to portray an upper-middle class British demolitions expert, and Barbara Bach, one of the world's most glamorous ictresict, who played opposite Sean Connery in "The Spy Who Loved Me," has thorn herself of glamour to play Maritza, a Partisan spy. After reaping acclaim for his performance as Apollo Creed in "Rocky," Carl Weathers makes a reluctant hero in his role as a proud, black soldier, and handsome Franco Nero, a hero in every one of his sixty films, finally succumbs to villainy as Lescovar, a Partisan leader. And of course, Richard Kiel, James Bond's 7"2" antagonist in "The Spy Who Loved Me," does an outstanding job as Captain Drazac, gigantic leader ol the Chetnik forces. Guy Hamilton directed for producer Oliver A. Unger and co-producers John R. Sloan and Anthony B Unger. Carl Foreman wrote the screen story based on Alistair MacLean's bestselling novel with the screenplay by Robin Chapman. "Force 10 From Navarone" is a Samuel Z. Arkoff and Oliver A. Unger presentation of a Guy Hamilton Production with rnusic composed and conducted by Ron Goodwin. :^\'r;,/.\/;i/-///.V//7/'////A///;j//'^ 2 IF YOU WANT llARTS = • r CAll 565-8715 ?^ We Pay T, JUNK *#CARS I ENGINES—TRANSMISSIONS 90 DAYS WARRANTY ^^ inttallation AvailabU ^ : SOUTHERN NEVADA AUTO PARTS 1 239 BOUtDERHWY.,Af King Sfr... ^ 20 YEARS IN BUSINESS [^ 24 Hour Towing 564-1180 I '"''///''• '/.'l'V://.'l|.i Bob DIamant & Danny Murphy PrMent the fIT 9AR'9'QUS ^ WItTEIW 8TYLI lAII-J^UE ^ ChotM of tangy or wwil Muot, motudMBoM Bv • Homomado Bokod BMM, tcmbmO, Honoy Bbv Back WI N _.-„ „ • • ... ....J.f ff DeVMQ BMI nl P li M ..ii • • • iiM %tK Bar>B-QM apring ChidHB.i ISS Ber*B-QM BHI .i„.,iS5 BB-€KM Pork^ Bar-B-CKM Hanu.. jm FAMILY STYLE COMBINATIONS All oomblnaBoni Induda a trip to Iha lalad bar for all. Homamada cornbraad with honay. Wastarn bakad baana. BIQ WRANGLER: (EMMN RM 4) Canadian Baby Back Ribs, SlicJ Portt, ham & Beat |.tS OR Deviled Beef Ribs, slices o Pork, Ham & Beef MS LIHLE WRANGLER (ENOOM FM 2) Canadian Baby Back Ribs. Sliced Pork, Ham & Beef..„ 5JS OR Deviled Beef Riba and "A ChicKen 4J5 HOMEMADE M^f^w rW*—eaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaa M aiaeaaaaaaaaMaaaeex V Bavefages. .35*, 40', W ^\ I mc Jf\\ ^ -/ V-J:AK •URE TO AIK Atom IKCIAL raiCEt FOfl PARTIEI AND WEODtNQS M JUST AN AFTERNOON PICNIC. TAKE OUT SERVICE AVAILABLE. THl PIT 9AR'9'QU€ 2570 C Troplcana (behind Arb/s) L Call4$g-3604 uJ .i^ HE ST. ROSE DE UMA HOSPITAL*"* OBSTETRICS STAF ANNOUNCES --. I SPECIAL VISITING HOUR FOR FATHERS ONLY m m PM DAILY EACH EVENING FATHER, MOTHER AND INFANT Will HAVE THAT SPECIAL TIME TOGETHER AS A FAMILY. A TIME FOR DADDY TO HOLD, FEED AND GET ACQUAINTED WITH THE -—-^NEW FAMILY MEM! MiM'lll'lii^nnn^ ViiiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiiiiiiiiiinifcM Hiiiijiiiinii. iiiiin \ A V Ik) k VVM/iPl DISCOUNTS ON FAMOUS NAME BRANDS... AS: :>v Lowfei|; Omans 6 Pianos Gulbfonsen; Organs Viscount; Organs LwffWf Oman Concert FBIL 14th GJngenraod MoUe P&rk (CenlBr HaQ Conn: ^"^ liBlniments, Drifter Guhars. • Rental Program firtjey: Clarinets, Rules Cuffief; Pianos GuitOfS; OvatJog Matrix, Applause AJso AmpHJers LudwJ9; Drums & Access. RECORDS • TAPES • 45's • SHEET MUSIC Instruction on al 'rtstruments 'WE SBMCE WHAT WE SQL' 293-2522 ONE STOP/music Store y Keyboofd Store Boulder Notes (Sh Keyboard Ltd. 508 Nevada Highway Boulder City, Nevada 89005 293-2522 itm

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Thursday, rebruary 8,1979 DEAR CITIZENS OF HENDERSON: % %lt very special invitation to all the go people of Henderson You are all invited to our Open House, February 8,1979 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., in celebration of Bank of Nevada's 25th Anniversary in Henderson. •r BANK OF N£VADA lr9 412 WATffi STRST HENDERSON, NEVADA f a-L. LEFT TO RIGHT Darlerie Jenkins, Safe Deposit Clerk; Vicki Hannig, Teller; Jackie Fisher, Student Help; Marge Walters, Telephone Operator; Mary Maestas, Loan Dept; Paula Thompson, Teller. FRONT ROW Debbie Carter, General Ledger Clerk; Judy Larson, Teller: Edna Jones. Teller; SECOND ROW LEFT TO RIGHT June Thompson, Vault & Business Teller; Kim Romans, Operations Secretary; Adtienne Peterson, Teller; Lillie Craig, Teller. j LEFT TO RIGHT Blanche Berryhill, TCD Clerk; (Back) Norma Blair, Utility Clerk; Fran Keller, Operations Assistant; Connie Fuller, Operations Officer; Vicki Reeves, Returned Items Clerk. Hattie Price, New Accts. Clerk Betty Phariss, New Accts. Clerk If' HIGH SCHOOL PAPV.RS ContH. troTR page 30 products needed to serve the community. The nrst issue involved the purchase of a new internal communications system (an item Ubled from 1128). The city manager brought forth comparisons in price between units offered by Centel and Las Vegas Communications. The other council members asked that this item be tabled, so they may study the facts more closely before coming to a decision. The second item, a trailer used forelectrical line work, was brought before the council. The item was questioned by one council member as to whether we needed a new trailer or if the old one could be repaired. } This question was answered by an electrical line worker present at the meeting. He commented that in his opionion a new trailer should be purchased as a matter for worker safety. The council then voted unanimously to purchase a new trailer. The council also approved the purchase of 25 transformers for $25,000. The next major item on the agenda covered the land matters facing Boulder City. These land matters ranged from a request for helicopters to land at the airport to approval of new residential units at Lake Terrace. • -Two new bills were introduced at the meeting. The bills concerned residential units and unrderground connections. The meeting wound up BOYSCcarr Pog11 Thursday, February A. 1979 Big International Cast In "Force 10 From Navarone" now showing at i_ Rainbow Theatre ANNIVERSARY WEEK with discussion of personnel appointments and reports from the city manager and the city attorney. I enjoyed attending the city council meeting. I left City Hall with a better understanding of how city spending and government affairs are handled by our city council. FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Gaylin Peten, SecreUry; Sarah Bates, Secretary; Selma Bartlett, Bank Manager; Bruce Hendrlcks. Loan OfRcer; SECOND ROW George Lennox, Loan Officer; Kathy Taylor, Secretary, Darlene SUveck, Secretary. < • • Please Come! Selma Bartlett (ft StafC^ Member FDIC AOMrictn IntornaUonal PicUirM' til-million epic adventuri film, "Force 10 From Navirooe," which opens Feb. 7th at Uie Raiifbow Theatre, itari an internationally famoui caiL Headini the cast of charactert adapted from Alisiair MacLean's best-xlling novel are Robert Shaw, Harrison Ford, Edward Fox, Barbara Bach, Carl Weathers, Franco Nero and Richard Kiel. Robert Shaw, famed for his roles in "Jaws" and "The Deep," stars as the battle-scarred British commando who two years previously silenced the infamous "Gum of Navarone," and fresh from his triumphant rescue of the universe as Han Solo, ihe heroic daredevil in "Star Wars." Harrison Ford comes down to earth as the leader of the "Force 10" mission. One of England's most versatile actors. Edward Fox switches from his "Day of the Jackal" image to portray an upper-middle class British demolitions expert, and Barbara Bach, one of the world's most glamorous ictresict, who played opposite Sean Connery in "The Spy Who Loved Me," has thorn herself of glamour to play Maritza, a Partisan spy. After reaping acclaim for his performance as Apollo Creed in "Rocky," Carl Weathers makes a reluctant hero in his role as a proud, black soldier, and handsome Franco Nero, a hero in every one of his sixty films, finally succumbs to villainy as Lescovar, a Partisan leader. And of course, Richard Kiel, James Bond's 7"2" antagonist in "The Spy Who Loved Me," does an outstanding job as Captain Drazac, gigantic leader ol the Chetnik forces. Guy Hamilton directed for producer Oliver A. Unger and co-producers John R. Sloan and Anthony B Unger. Carl Foreman wrote the screen story based on Alistair MacLean's bestselling novel with the screenplay by Robin Chapman. "Force 10 From Navarone" is a Samuel Z. Arkoff and Oliver A. Unger presentation of a Guy Hamilton Production with rnusic composed and conducted by Ron Goodwin. :^\'r;,/.\/;i/-///.V//7/'////A///;j//'^ 2 IF YOU WANT llARTS = • r CAll 565-8715 ?^ We Pay T, JUNK *#CARS I ENGINES—TRANSMISSIONS 90 DAYS WARRANTY ^^ inttallation AvailabU ^ : SOUTHERN NEVADA AUTO PARTS 1 239 BOUtDERHWY.,Af King Sfr... ^ 20 YEARS IN BUSINESS [^ 24 Hour Towing 564-1180 I '"''///''• '/.'l'V://.'l|.i Bob DIamant & Danny Murphy PrMent the fIT 9AR'9'QUS ^ WItTEIW 8TYLI lAII-J^UE ^ ChotM of tangy or wwil Muot, motudMBoM Bv • Homomado Bokod BMM, tcmbmO, Honoy Bbv Back WI N _.-„ „ • • ... ....J.f ff DeVMQ BMI nl P li M ..ii • • • iiM %tK Bar>B-QM apring ChidHB.i ISS Ber*B-QM BHI .i„.,iS5 BB-€KM Pork^ Bar-B-CKM Hanu.. jm FAMILY STYLE COMBINATIONS All oomblnaBoni Induda a trip to Iha lalad bar for all. Homamada cornbraad with honay. Wastarn bakad baana. BIQ WRANGLER: (EMMN RM 4) Canadian Baby Back Ribs, SlicJ Portt, ham & Beat |.tS OR Deviled Beef Ribs, slices o Pork, Ham & Beef MS LIHLE WRANGLER (ENOOM FM 2) Canadian Baby Back Ribs. Sliced Pork, Ham & Beef..„ 5JS OR Deviled Beef Riba and "A ChicKen 4J5 HOMEMADE M^f^w rW*—eaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaa M aiaeaaaaaaaaMaaaeex V Bavefages. .35*, 40', W ^\ I mc Jf\\ ^ -/ V-J:AK •URE TO AIK Atom IKCIAL raiCEt FOfl PARTIEI AND WEODtNQS M JUST AN AFTERNOON PICNIC. TAKE OUT SERVICE AVAILABLE. THl PIT 9AR'9'QU€ 2570 C Troplcana (behind Arb/s) L Call4$g-3604 uJ .i^ HE ST. ROSE DE UMA HOSPITAL*"* OBSTETRICS STAF ANNOUNCES --. I SPECIAL VISITING HOUR FOR FATHERS ONLY m m PM DAILY EACH EVENING FATHER, MOTHER AND INFANT Will HAVE THAT SPECIAL TIME TOGETHER AS A FAMILY. A TIME FOR DADDY TO HOLD, FEED AND GET ACQUAINTED WITH THE -—-^NEW FAMILY MEM! MiM'lll'lii^nnn^ ViiiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiiiiiiiiiinifcM Hiiiijiiiinii. iiiiin \ A V Ik) k VVM/iPl DISCOUNTS ON FAMOUS NAME BRANDS... AS: :>v Lowfei|; Omans 6 Pianos Gulbfonsen; Organs Viscount; Organs LwffWf Oman Concert FBIL 14th GJngenraod MoUe P&rk (CenlBr HaQ Conn: ^"^ liBlniments, Drifter Guhars. • Rental Program firtjey: Clarinets, Rules Cuffief; Pianos GuitOfS; OvatJog Matrix, Applause AJso AmpHJers LudwJ9; Drums & Access. RECORDS • TAPES • 45's • SHEET MUSIC Instruction on al 'rtstruments 'WE SBMCE WHAT WE SQL' 293-2522 ONE STOP/music Store y Keyboofd Store Boulder Notes (Sh Keyboard Ltd. 508 Nevada Highway Boulder City, Nevada 89005 293-2522 itm

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"i I il HtMrMi RMIC News Md Boulder CityWi T • Kf^^"'""""^'"^ ^f^^^mmm^imm PB|e14 SENSATIONAL ^ Natiofidl Semiconductor Calculator on NEW accounts or deposits of $500 or more thru February 25,1979 • Aiijptjraic logi! • Flo.lting Cec ni.i' Coinr • aaiqlt lEDDiHiia* • Automatic C mst.mts • Uvt' Ppfcent npy witfi Aufom.itr Acid on C Discount .tnci NPf • Ptrtormi cri.im CJifuiatiom • Operates on ^i voif Battery • Ootlonai AC Adapter AvHii.ibie A Nevada Company for Ntvada People •(^Wmf vVlfn, PVlfffOer ^'we'^W' OR MORE NO BROKER FEES TO MAKE A LOAN Rial Estita (Htma EiuNy) • Auta BttsiMss • One Day Sarvica 8% tiai t7 NMWMI nUO MONTHIV cwtkcMi 1 ifti Ct'Mottt •••> ?Mii iii|r futtiOi Mrni litm Ik* III 6% hll iNkt (•II1I*M>|II OMy Intiitll ••fiiii ii'iii llMI III HIVa IMrrMOMAtMAL VtNAkTWS PLUS! ^ iiffiiSSJ MTE ON i4IIOIITN COITIFICATES IN NEWM. NEVADA VXfiSTTHRtn www @ AC lA/ I .k. UMM,* n, *'*' ^" WMlUn^Mill IStSE FIirino D3 V CWI MMg ur 312*112 71W ChfliOn 731JWC S65MI7 878 ne cut M'-vw cae-eti-CAMeiicitfiiHO-tiY-wiiiiiicc*-4uM-Nfiioi*tiiaMviuMii "ACTION PEOPLE" Tfiwdiy.fibn,a.y,l By Flo Rtjrmond BILL OLIVER' Manager Of Safeway Store. Boulder City • Nevada Highway • greets the "Action people" interviewer! Mr. Oliver is celebrating hia fourth year as Store Manager and thoroughly enjoyt his work and the people of Boulder City. His work achedule takes him through a six day week ftom Monday to Saturday with a 7 am. to 5 p.m. time slot. He supervises all departments and is in charge of operations and final say on personnel. POrU>0 OITT, NT ••••• Ta ••I.IMT VOROTVT psimaii 9 owWw # ww^^^rif tumr an mmsnTBm ACCIUMUIS • TMMBI mrit .99 CHAMPION f UNE-UP OFFER! BUY A mOFCHMimNPLUGSAT OUBKGUUUILOWMmjm OKfAPM-TBCHMTCmSiTf HHtfW nKiiAiianHi 3/|" Orv. RM HM4, 11"CMhleM4Hn. MolDKilflft I O CMNVSUR mm lawwai Him TIIIE4IPKIT OrllMl C4lllfflnl. ^ar. OMcrd CNICKIR niTERS HELPS PfKfTECT YounEmmi MiaOr Eic*d OHftnalEqutpmtnt ^•futrementfl All Nw Cer WtrrtmiM Namain In ^orca WKtn Thay Art UM4 AllChaclierFintrt Af Uncendrtlonallv Ouerent*tfl vwnaui tSAmr Mni ALL FOR 99' EACH! raoa SEAT (OVERS cmiCAis >l.t tunmn rnnrnm Fin All Sp4n On I FHic* mimni I.M ocM QQ< Mt*n4 lnfl*i Up To SUt >I M I>f Baa.i.i •tidiy VatvM • a. ij IIIIT in VAMnss fMint )i ki'7 OK i>i3 11 QQC PUf MMI fo' Drum If One |IM. It! S^99' aaunt' Vo*l Choic* 1711 111 paanciuaii CMM C*rbttlOfl ecvv Of C')m GiWM' I* Ta • l.lf Mul4 •old Nuta intiamhri (MvTe Intll*. N*RIMi OCIlM SMI Or Clothixfl an/i raiu^nmir ""'"ll'V f "fill I Uti 1^-' Rii.ir.ff •inmcmf/ •amm/uiff AITOVACiiM CUANSR un'imofFi (lie*ww NoiiK Fw rtn |Hic)weti Hh C*< JICNECKERIATTERIES LOW MAINTENANCf a w m K oiemmmmmcmirunu rnn tm rna emmasm Htw C DM M0% Mor f ••ciro'vit Malt Covactg* Which Ottmtlcav E'ttntfa (•nary li) Impact Naawiam Cm* 31 MONTH aiMOMTH 29?^ 392? Jua* Sprpyl I ^anPlrttM Orima I Cor'*<9n Oit' MOTD" Or* OUIIIC^ UT Actlpn OHICIIIY ^*mo^* Ofaaaak OHf*iaFfff fxfinatir Cam ant UMumMmtB AiTO PARn MiiiMfan MaftalAn^ jaVAai impan ANarnao"! ^ • Tr Pfirad Hi( Thru .sun Kcb 11.17 MMMvrS*! He was appointed the position in 1979 and moved his family to Boulder City. Bill formerly served as Assistant Manager for the Safeway Store oo Charleston (by the Showboat Hotel and Casino) for two years after a one-year stint as Clerk at the Henderson Safeway. His work experience started in Northern California with Safeway for ten years where Bill worked his way up f^om Clerk to Assistant Management. He moved to Las Vegas and fk'anchised a 7-11 Store for three years whereupon he joined Safeway Stores again in Henderson after discontinuing the franchise. Born in Bakersfleld, California, the family moved to San Jose where Bill graduated firom elementary and Abraham Lincoln High School. He had no idea that retail food merchandising was to be his career at the time, but the main current of bis life ha$ extended in this direction. The spark that embarked Bill on his career was his first job with Safeway. Safeway Stores also played the role of "Cupid" in Bill's life for be met pretty Oorieae Ivy at San Jose's store where the couple were employed Two years later Bill and Doriene were married and the union has produced three lovely children: Lisa, Age 16; Timothy, age 15. and Billy. Jr., Age 8. Sports and hobbies include: Bowling, flf hingon Lake Mead and the Colorado ftiver, some gardening, and home repairs (although Bill laughingly streised the latter as "one of those everyday necessities".) Bill recalled his "flirtation" with music during his high school days when he played the trumpet. Clubs and organisations include: Boulder City Chamber of Commerce, former Boulder City Rotary Club Member, and family attendance of St. Andrew's Catholic Church. Bill Oliver is well-met, kind, courteous, sincere, and knowledgeable. He is willing and pleasing; meeting each one with a smile and polite manner. He lives his daily philosophy: "Make each person feel importa nt whether customer, employee,'friend, or stranger. Treat everyone with courtesy and friendliness for each person is an individual and truly important. Courtesy, kindness, and honor is due to every daily.contactl" Craft Osmonslrations At OU Fort Siturday, February 10, 1979-1 :OO-4:O0-Pamela Sitton will demonstrate tatting. Sue larsen will do quilting. Tours of the Old Fort are available at this time Admission is free, the Old Fort is located 908 Las Vegas Blvd. N., and Washington Avenue, just behind the Elks Lodge. VagatVUay QntiM Churdi Sermon Topic 'Being On GoifsSidt' Pastor Joel Rivers will be speaking on the topic of "Being on God's Side" at the 10:00 a.m. Worship Service This Sunday and on "The 3 D's of Leadership," at the 7:00-p.m. Fellowship Hour. Worship Choir will be singing in the morning service. This is our monthly pot-luck with Clara McMorris to be honored for her 9 years of faithful work at the Church% She and her husband George are moving to Oklahoma after this Sunday. A new men's Bible study class is being formed by Elder leRoy Jenkins to study "The Measure of a Man": what God expects of every man to meet 6:00 p.m. on Sunday evenings, begins this Sunday. On Feb. 12th,the Men's Christian Fellowship will be meeting at the Church to have a work evening and to plan for some new ideas for building the new Sanctuary. On the same evening, the Women's Christian Fellowship (Dorcas Circle will be meeting at Karen ^ Mecaluso's for theii meeting at 7:30 p.mi a craft demon strati* Each woman is to bring j yds. of 3 ply jute. Bl sitting will be availabli the Church. A New Membersis now forming, too. DR. G. P. GERLEMAN CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN JfljjJ GiNERAL PRACTICI AIL INSURANCE ACCEPTED GROUP • PERSONAL • AUTO A NIC. 564-2331 532 8. BOULDER HWY. HENDERSON LOCATED IN SAFEWAY SHOPPING CENTER o VilliDel vTiN miiiii flam NNWIOVT, • #. MODELS OPEN Noon til 5 paiit 2-3-4 BEDROOMS. FIREPLACE, OFF STREET R.V.. PARKING AREA. REAR BLOCK WALLS ON POOL SIZE LOTS. BOULDER CITY'lf NEWEST COMMUNITY LOCATED IN A MOST DESIRABLE A HIGHER AREA OF TOWN. WtMHR I IIPUyiaiii mi i wsssassssm yMra. Oouglai TUIKBY 8ZBCHUAN Timd of torliky hHb •B4 enqucttMT Han't a oovW way u> UM thow TkaikagiviBf itftovwi. At th* MM UflM it will iatreduct you to SiaehiMB coektty. which ia baeeiii( 10 popular ia Asariea aow. Wt'v* aMdiikd thk ikver by aubatitating Tabasco aaueaferthapappaitvraa and eila that fiva Ssaehuaa its buraiag W i ri aaaa To aarva 44 ytntwmt: 8 t a hl aepaeei pMaut ail 3 lelovafarUctUc^ 1 t a h laapaa u aoanot jiBgarreet la^aUeadL SeupoeoBlNitwItay'eat iato VViaeh sdipa Vtp( HcQBhatebiip I t i hl aipaBBa dry ahmy aqrasooa aogar sak Ttbasee Haat oil In aUllat Add •ealUeM. farhc, giaiar root aad paa pappar. Cook am aadiua hMt far S aiautta, atinriBf coaataaUy. Stir is tho Nat of tba iBTMliMta. Mfa;v0.radiMahaMaiid aiauaar (or 1 aimta. ^mw9 uw 001 raoaaa rin.Acooiatlado(ahraddad iattwo, aad boouia alight I lagiai RASCO OPEN EVENINGS 1119^)0 |NR ^Wia flNi rrio Henderson Home News and ^bulder City News. FtatQiiv(avEdtai 3JN Julie larlew Matcf Barnes 5uanna Barrow Michael Berth William Barth Rodney Bean Paul Belser Jaffray Bishop Tiy Pleak Donfld Boone Debra Burt Donnie Butcher Sc9tt Csrtlidge <>ithia Chandler Bobert Cole RossConiglio Jeffrey Cooke David Corry Robert Daly Wrt Daniel Anna Davis Ppn Donahue Cftarino Esquivel Danny Field Joi Flasko Lisa Fomasir Stephanie Gatlin Cindy Gillett Lisa Geodbar Tammy Hardt Glenn Harmon Elizabeth Hawley Bonnie Hilbrecht Troy Hodge Lisa Hunter Sydney Imlay Leri Jensen Nancy Jones Larry Karr Kathryn Kraus Barry Usko Douglas Lee Michael Long David Luttrell Trad Lyon Steven McCollum Kenneth Morang Robert Morley Tessie Neilson Joseph Novosciek Lisa Plaster MaryPutz Karen Ratten Susan Robson Conrad Schaller Christine Schmuhl Dian Seekford Judy Sharpe Nartcy Smith Scott Smith Sharon Smith MHebell Stoker Sheila Stoker Deanna Sullivan Mark Swanson Tammy Tindall Dianne Toney Mary Vaughn Karen Vick Toni Ware IlibaS Whelan Tammy Wisler Jaafcws WmUm Aylward Michael Barrick Rebecca Bateman Edward Blabck Shah Boyles Dana-Branstetter Tirtimy Burritt Deborah Bush Mark Garke John Cole Natasla Connors Susan Cox Chi Danielson Bonnie Dees Karen Eckert Joe Oomez Dahrnbie Harvey .fefkdy Hensley ShaiUHirKhi Pkiillela Huntef Chlrles Imes John Jefnres Cory Jensen Dmd Katzenbach Audrey Kenneston William Koby Difcd Kowalski U>ri Lindeberg Plula Linkus Jewae> Little Maria lucini Cuoiiae 'Macbdde Marci Manta KeOyMarah DaM^arshaO April|cKay Kwen Medrrick Donald Miller Janine Morang Bruce Morris Scott Neely ^ Lisa Oliver Reniu Page 'michial Polk Janet Radzavage Dayne Rainey Lori Richardson David Richner Wesley Risher Mary Rohrer Louise Rundell Michael Shopshire • Rohn Solomon Jeffery Swsindlehurst Steven Tobler Daven Tougas Jill Turlcy Andrew Wagers William Walker Frank Wards Richard Welsh Charles Whitney Cara Wood Sophomores Mark Ashenfelter Debra Austin John Barlow Tucker Barton Robert Bcglcy Lana Boucher James Brant Elizabeth Brown Lisa Bunney Linda Cames Kathy Chase Gary Cooke Roger Crist -John Dey Mark Eaglcson Roger Effcrtz Chris Ellis Scott Fiero Jill Forman Adolfo Gomez Andrew Goudy D Anne Green Ronald Hague Charles Inman Peter Jcnista David Jensen Tami Jones Linda Kridler Lorelei Uhr Scott Leland Cindy Lyon Kathleen Magaw Jaque McCollum Pamela Memmer Jeffrey Mtnghella Tammy Mosnney Shazzelma Murray Ronald Pullis Kathryn Putz William Quinn Kenneth Seward C:raig Sheeler Michele Stack Stuart Swapp Pamela Torrence Marc Traasdahl John Trujillo Laura Vogel Lori Weisrock JUI White Michael Widner Kimberly Williams Scott Withers Aaon Wolff Freahaica Brenda Balistere L C Barnes Michael Burk Laura Butler Joseph Camps Boulder City Jr/Sr. High School Honor Rol Jacaauelifift ru>v rti;f** locl( Felicia Calabrese Bruce Qarke Timothy Grain Michelle Crawford Susan Cummings Antoinette Debus Mary Dransfield Michael Festensc Kimberly Fiero Dirk Foreman Kimberly Geriing Wayne Goodbar Heather Haddow Wendi Hafen Hailey Hague Kimberlee Ifvin Kathy Jenista Kateri Kalastro Leslie Koby Mary Leyba Shari Lindeberg Tamela Unfon Kimberly Little Mahlon Long Dianne Maxon Jeri May Laura May^eld WUIiam McKay Darrell Merrick Mark Miller Amy Paulson Kimberly Phiullips Pat Polk Ellen Price Carrie Rael Joh Ravenholt Michael Recarey Lyndia Reid Bob Richards Dean Richner Harley Ripley Ronald Rovaechi Mark Rundell Joel Skaggs Kimberly Tarter Terry Tufner Roslyn Versteeg Michael Warden Harry Williams Shelby Windham Timothy Zapolski Seveatb grade Shannon Barnes Wendy Basharo Kimberlee Beard Laurie Bell Deborah Bright George Clark Elena Dandurand Kevin Davis Chariottc Dietrich Daniel Dodson Gregory Ellis Karen Foster Danny French Daphne Gillespie Paul Gordon Shauna Graff Nancy Hineman Brian Hall Theresa Higley Michael Jeffries Robyn Jennings Jeffrey Luseh Sheni Moles Suellen Moore Michelle Morrsi GiTf Recarey Stephanie Schuiz BafySirkel Craig Smith Dianne Stanfield Bridgid Svllivan Michael Visick Uif WaHher Jennifer Welch mmm 1 PALM MEMORIAL PARK tCHAPEl • CEMETERY •MORTUARY • MAUSOLEUM FREE 0 AUTOS* TPUC • MOTOn HOME JIM PHARMAC 15% OFF ON ALL PRESCRIPTIONS TO SENIOR CITIZENS 60 YEARS OR OLDER Wv Honor All Prescriptions! 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"i I il HtMrMi RMIC News Md Boulder CityWi T • Kf^^"'""""^'"^ ^f^^^mmm^imm PB|e14 SENSATIONAL ^ Natiofidl Semiconductor Calculator on NEW accounts or deposits of $500 or more thru February 25,1979 • Aiijptjraic logi! • Flo.lting Cec ni.i' Coinr • aaiqlt lEDDiHiia* • Automatic C mst.mts • Uvt' Ppfcent npy witfi Aufom.itr Acid on C Discount .tnci NPf • Ptrtormi cri.im CJifuiatiom • Operates on ^i voif Battery • Ootlonai AC Adapter AvHii.ibie A Nevada Company for Ntvada People •(^Wmf vVlfn, PVlfffOer ^'we'^W' OR MORE NO BROKER FEES TO MAKE A LOAN Rial Estita (Htma EiuNy) • Auta BttsiMss • One Day Sarvica 8% tiai t7 NMWMI nUO MONTHIV cwtkcMi 1 ifti Ct'Mottt •••> ?Mii iii|r futtiOi Mrni litm Ik* III 6% hll iNkt (•II1I*M>|II OMy Intiitll ••fiiii ii'iii llMI III HIVa IMrrMOMAtMAL VtNAkTWS PLUS! ^ iiffiiSSJ MTE ON i4IIOIITN COITIFICATES IN NEWM. NEVADA VXfiSTTHRtn www @ AC lA/ I .k. UMM,* n, *'*' ^" WMlUn^Mill IStSE FIirino D3 V CWI MMg ur 312*112 71W ChfliOn 731JWC S65MI7 878 ne cut M'-vw cae-eti-CAMeiicitfiiHO-tiY-wiiiiiicc*-4uM-Nfiioi*tiiaMviuMii "ACTION PEOPLE" Tfiwdiy.fibn,a.y,l By Flo Rtjrmond BILL OLIVER' Manager Of Safeway Store. Boulder City • Nevada Highway • greets the "Action people" interviewer! Mr. Oliver is celebrating hia fourth year as Store Manager and thoroughly enjoyt his work and the people of Boulder City. His work achedule takes him through a six day week ftom Monday to Saturday with a 7 am. to 5 p.m. time slot. He supervises all departments and is in charge of operations and final say on personnel. POrU>0 OITT, NT ••••• Ta ••I.IMT VOROTVT psimaii 9 owWw # ww^^^rif tumr an mmsnTBm ACCIUMUIS • TMMBI mrit .99 CHAMPION f UNE-UP OFFER! BUY A mOFCHMimNPLUGSAT OUBKGUUUILOWMmjm OKfAPM-TBCHMTCmSiTf HHtfW nKiiAiianHi 3/|" Orv. RM HM4, 11"CMhleM4Hn. MolDKilflft I O CMNVSUR mm lawwai Him TIIIE4IPKIT OrllMl C4lllfflnl. ^ar. OMcrd CNICKIR niTERS HELPS PfKfTECT YounEmmi MiaOr Eic*d OHftnalEqutpmtnt ^•futrementfl All Nw Cer WtrrtmiM Namain In ^orca WKtn Thay Art UM4 AllChaclierFintrt Af Uncendrtlonallv Ouerent*tfl vwnaui tSAmr Mni ALL FOR 99' EACH! raoa SEAT (OVERS cmiCAis >l.t tunmn rnnrnm Fin All Sp4n On I FHic* mimni I.M ocM QQ< Mt*n4 lnfl*i Up To SUt >I M I>f Baa.i.i •tidiy VatvM • a. ij IIIIT in VAMnss fMint )i ki'7 OK i>i3 11 QQC PUf MMI fo' Drum If One |IM. It! S^99' aaunt' Vo*l Choic* 1711 111 paanciuaii CMM C*rbttlOfl ecvv Of C')m GiWM' I* Ta • l.lf Mul4 •old Nuta intiamhri (MvTe Intll*. N*RIMi OCIlM SMI Or Clothixfl an/i raiu^nmir ""'"ll'V f "fill I Uti 1^-' Rii.ir.ff •inmcmf/ •amm/uiff AITOVACiiM CUANSR un'imofFi (lie*ww NoiiK Fw rtn |Hic)weti Hh C*< JICNECKERIATTERIES LOW MAINTENANCf a w m K oiemmmmmcmirunu rnn tm rna emmasm Htw C DM M0% Mor f ••ciro'vit Malt Covactg* Which Ottmtlcav E'ttntfa (•nary li) Impact Naawiam Cm* 31 MONTH aiMOMTH 29?^ 392? Jua* Sprpyl I ^anPlrttM Orima I Cor'*<9n Oit' MOTD" Or* OUIIIC^ UT Actlpn OHICIIIY ^*mo^* Ofaaaak OHf*iaFfff fxfinatir Cam ant UMumMmtB AiTO PARn MiiiMfan MaftalAn^ jaVAai impan ANarnao"! ^ • Tr Pfirad Hi( Thru .sun Kcb 11.17 MMMvrS*! He was appointed the position in 1979 and moved his family to Boulder City. Bill formerly served as Assistant Manager for the Safeway Store oo Charleston (by the Showboat Hotel and Casino) for two years after a one-year stint as Clerk at the Henderson Safeway. His work experience started in Northern California with Safeway for ten years where Bill worked his way up f^om Clerk to Assistant Management. He moved to Las Vegas and fk'anchised a 7-11 Store for three years whereupon he joined Safeway Stores again in Henderson after discontinuing the franchise. Born in Bakersfleld, California, the family moved to San Jose where Bill graduated firom elementary and Abraham Lincoln High School. He had no idea that retail food merchandising was to be his career at the time, but the main current of bis life ha$ extended in this direction. The spark that embarked Bill on his career was his first job with Safeway. Safeway Stores also played the role of "Cupid" in Bill's life for be met pretty Oorieae Ivy at San Jose's store where the couple were employed Two years later Bill and Doriene were married and the union has produced three lovely children: Lisa, Age 16; Timothy, age 15. and Billy. Jr., Age 8. Sports and hobbies include: Bowling, flf hingon Lake Mead and the Colorado ftiver, some gardening, and home repairs (although Bill laughingly streised the latter as "one of those everyday necessities".) Bill recalled his "flirtation" with music during his high school days when he played the trumpet. Clubs and organisations include: Boulder City Chamber of Commerce, former Boulder City Rotary Club Member, and family attendance of St. Andrew's Catholic Church. Bill Oliver is well-met, kind, courteous, sincere, and knowledgeable. He is willing and pleasing; meeting each one with a smile and polite manner. He lives his daily philosophy: "Make each person feel importa nt whether customer, employee,'friend, or stranger. Treat everyone with courtesy and friendliness for each person is an individual and truly important. Courtesy, kindness, and honor is due to every daily.contactl" Craft Osmonslrations At OU Fort Siturday, February 10, 1979-1 :OO-4:O0-Pamela Sitton will demonstrate tatting. Sue larsen will do quilting. Tours of the Old Fort are available at this time Admission is free, the Old Fort is located 908 Las Vegas Blvd. N., and Washington Avenue, just behind the Elks Lodge. VagatVUay QntiM Churdi Sermon Topic 'Being On GoifsSidt' Pastor Joel Rivers will be speaking on the topic of "Being on God's Side" at the 10:00 a.m. Worship Service This Sunday and on "The 3 D's of Leadership," at the 7:00-p.m. Fellowship Hour. Worship Choir will be singing in the morning service. This is our monthly pot-luck with Clara McMorris to be honored for her 9 years of faithful work at the Church% She and her husband George are moving to Oklahoma after this Sunday. A new men's Bible study class is being formed by Elder leRoy Jenkins to study "The Measure of a Man": what God expects of every man to meet 6:00 p.m. on Sunday evenings, begins this Sunday. On Feb. 12th,the Men's Christian Fellowship will be meeting at the Church to have a work evening and to plan for some new ideas for building the new Sanctuary. On the same evening, the Women's Christian Fellowship (Dorcas Circle will be meeting at Karen ^ Mecaluso's for theii meeting at 7:30 p.mi a craft demon strati* Each woman is to bring j yds. of 3 ply jute. Bl sitting will be availabli the Church. A New Membersis now forming, too. DR. G. P. GERLEMAN CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN JfljjJ GiNERAL PRACTICI AIL INSURANCE ACCEPTED GROUP • PERSONAL • AUTO A NIC. 564-2331 532 8. BOULDER HWY. HENDERSON LOCATED IN SAFEWAY SHOPPING CENTER o VilliDel vTiN miiiii flam NNWIOVT, • #. MODELS OPEN Noon til 5 paiit 2-3-4 BEDROOMS. FIREPLACE, OFF STREET R.V.. PARKING AREA. REAR BLOCK WALLS ON POOL SIZE LOTS. BOULDER CITY'lf NEWEST COMMUNITY LOCATED IN A MOST DESIRABLE A HIGHER AREA OF TOWN. WtMHR I IIPUyiaiii mi i wsssassssm yMra. Oouglai TUIKBY 8ZBCHUAN Timd of torliky hHb •B4 enqucttMT Han't a oovW way u> UM thow TkaikagiviBf itftovwi. At th* MM UflM it will iatreduct you to SiaehiMB coektty. which ia baeeiii( 10 popular ia Asariea aow. Wt'v* aMdiikd thk ikver by aubatitating Tabasco aaueaferthapappaitvraa and eila that fiva Ssaehuaa its buraiag W i ri aaaa To aarva 44 ytntwmt: 8 t a hl aepaeei pMaut ail 3 lelovafarUctUc^ 1 t a h laapaa u aoanot jiBgarreet la^aUeadL SeupoeoBlNitwItay'eat iato VViaeh sdipa Vtp( HcQBhatebiip I t i hl aipaBBa dry ahmy aqrasooa aogar sak Ttbasee Haat oil In aUllat Add •ealUeM. farhc, giaiar root aad paa pappar. Cook am aadiua hMt far S aiautta, atinriBf coaataaUy. Stir is tho Nat of tba iBTMliMta. Mfa;v0.radiMahaMaiid aiauaar (or 1 aimta. ^mw9 uw 001 raoaaa rin.Acooiatlado(ahraddad iattwo, aad boouia alight I lagiai RASCO OPEN EVENINGS 1119^)0 |NR ^Wia flNi rrio Henderson Home News and ^bulder City News. FtatQiiv(avEdtai 3JN Julie larlew Matcf Barnes 5uanna Barrow Michael Berth William Barth Rodney Bean Paul Belser Jaffray Bishop Tiy Pleak Donfld Boone Debra Burt Donnie Butcher Sc9tt Csrtlidge <>ithia Chandler Bobert Cole RossConiglio Jeffrey Cooke David Corry Robert Daly Wrt Daniel Anna Davis Ppn Donahue Cftarino Esquivel Danny Field Joi Flasko Lisa Fomasir Stephanie Gatlin Cindy Gillett Lisa Geodbar Tammy Hardt Glenn Harmon Elizabeth Hawley Bonnie Hilbrecht Troy Hodge Lisa Hunter Sydney Imlay Leri Jensen Nancy Jones Larry Karr Kathryn Kraus Barry Usko Douglas Lee Michael Long David Luttrell Trad Lyon Steven McCollum Kenneth Morang Robert Morley Tessie Neilson Joseph Novosciek Lisa Plaster MaryPutz Karen Ratten Susan Robson Conrad Schaller Christine Schmuhl Dian Seekford Judy Sharpe Nartcy Smith Scott Smith Sharon Smith MHebell Stoker Sheila Stoker Deanna Sullivan Mark Swanson Tammy Tindall Dianne Toney Mary Vaughn Karen Vick Toni Ware IlibaS Whelan Tammy Wisler Jaafcws WmUm Aylward Michael Barrick Rebecca Bateman Edward Blabck Shah Boyles Dana-Branstetter Tirtimy Burritt Deborah Bush Mark Garke John Cole Natasla Connors Susan Cox Chi Danielson Bonnie Dees Karen Eckert Joe Oomez Dahrnbie Harvey .fefkdy Hensley ShaiUHirKhi Pkiillela Huntef Chlrles Imes John Jefnres Cory Jensen Dmd Katzenbach Audrey Kenneston William Koby Difcd Kowalski U>ri Lindeberg Plula Linkus Jewae> Little Maria lucini Cuoiiae 'Macbdde Marci Manta KeOyMarah DaM^arshaO April|cKay Kwen Medrrick Donald Miller Janine Morang Bruce Morris Scott Neely ^ Lisa Oliver Reniu Page 'michial Polk Janet Radzavage Dayne Rainey Lori Richardson David Richner Wesley Risher Mary Rohrer Louise Rundell Michael Shopshire • Rohn Solomon Jeffery Swsindlehurst Steven Tobler Daven Tougas Jill Turlcy Andrew Wagers William Walker Frank Wards Richard Welsh Charles Whitney Cara Wood Sophomores Mark Ashenfelter Debra Austin John Barlow Tucker Barton Robert Bcglcy Lana Boucher James Brant Elizabeth Brown Lisa Bunney Linda Cames Kathy Chase Gary Cooke Roger Crist -John Dey Mark Eaglcson Roger Effcrtz Chris Ellis Scott Fiero Jill Forman Adolfo Gomez Andrew Goudy D Anne Green Ronald Hague Charles Inman Peter Jcnista David Jensen Tami Jones Linda Kridler Lorelei Uhr Scott Leland Cindy Lyon Kathleen Magaw Jaque McCollum Pamela Memmer Jeffrey Mtnghella Tammy Mosnney Shazzelma Murray Ronald Pullis Kathryn Putz William Quinn Kenneth Seward C:raig Sheeler Michele Stack Stuart Swapp Pamela Torrence Marc Traasdahl John Trujillo Laura Vogel Lori Weisrock JUI White Michael Widner Kimberly Williams Scott Withers Aaon Wolff Freahaica Brenda Balistere L C Barnes Michael Burk Laura Butler Joseph Camps Boulder City Jr/Sr. High School Honor Rol Jacaauelifift ru>v rti;f** locl( Felicia Calabrese Bruce Qarke Timothy Grain Michelle Crawford Susan Cummings Antoinette Debus Mary Dransfield Michael Festensc Kimberly Fiero Dirk Foreman Kimberly Geriing Wayne Goodbar Heather Haddow Wendi Hafen Hailey Hague Kimberlee Ifvin Kathy Jenista Kateri Kalastro Leslie Koby Mary Leyba Shari Lindeberg Tamela Unfon Kimberly Little Mahlon Long Dianne Maxon Jeri May Laura May^eld WUIiam McKay Darrell Merrick Mark Miller Amy Paulson Kimberly Phiullips Pat Polk Ellen Price Carrie Rael Joh Ravenholt Michael Recarey Lyndia Reid Bob Richards Dean Richner Harley Ripley Ronald Rovaechi Mark Rundell Joel Skaggs Kimberly Tarter Terry Tufner Roslyn Versteeg Michael Warden Harry Williams Shelby Windham Timothy Zapolski Seveatb grade Shannon Barnes Wendy Basharo Kimberlee Beard Laurie Bell Deborah Bright George Clark Elena Dandurand Kevin Davis Chariottc Dietrich Daniel Dodson Gregory Ellis Karen Foster Danny French Daphne Gillespie Paul Gordon Shauna Graff Nancy Hineman Brian Hall Theresa Higley Michael Jeffries Robyn Jennings Jeffrey Luseh Sheni Moles Suellen Moore Michelle Morrsi GiTf Recarey Stephanie Schuiz BafySirkel Craig Smith Dianne Stanfield Bridgid Svllivan Michael Visick Uif WaHher Jennifer Welch mmm 1 PALM MEMORIAL PARK tCHAPEl • CEMETERY •MORTUARY • MAUSOLEUM FREE 0 AUTOS* TPUC • MOTOn HOME JIM PHARMAC 15% OFF ON ALL PRESCRIPTIONS TO SENIOR CITIZENS 60 YEARS OR OLDER Wv Honor All Prescriptions! SAM I -Nir r\in pKKsc iiiPiiONs HRS g. o 30 VON SAT SUN 9 6 ^ • -ACIHC S64 S724 AIL NEW St§/nl9$$ Siml WATfN QtSTIUER • PartaWe • Me plumbing naoMaary THara aro ovar 12 thouaand e^pmloaia on Iho marhat today, SOOk^wmg aMa yavty. RiOvS. laia aawhora yow llva, n ido al|( or of^ iha farm, Mmo^al tnaaa eouW ba paitlng mio ywr tfrMK ingwalar. Tharofora. a faal yev rnogM havo two aeuroaa af velar; ono lor wotaring iha town, waa>>\ lag elathaa ana OWiaa, Hualiinf. MHolaHlto othar far artnhlng mf\ aaofekig. | taw o< thou a anda o paepta') >Mi m UnHad StaHaaad in many %alan aauotrlaa ar-now uakio aur poflaMa wal^ aMNan. ( • • laa ftf tnB iHarMufa now : i^aa ina awsenf laatt' rAvltoblaAt_.. SORENSIN'S K: SEWING CENTER SOaAVEC. B.C. Tr.. • ^iMC5^^ ^ ED HARWOOD CONSUMERS iU^ APPUANCI llS E IJ^KE lUAD DR HDN. NEV 964-2210 TornM Avoilobta I ^u^amm • ^•^^

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..••"<, .CSV ff,News • U(t 10 |T^ursday. February 8^1879: ^ u Wednesday, %, i4 Pharmacy RED FOIL HEART I LB. $4.45 r" -*''~'^., N. 9go? ^/nst SATIN HEART 2 IB. ll. ^> ^> A k.i rN • rr • CANDIES ASSORTED CHOCOLATES I LB. $3.50 HRS. 8-9:30 MON^T. SUN. M BRAORC PH. 564^4 >Z.ltb the dedication in ybiur heart and life to flnishibe race He has set before you. No-^ire promised the course will always be sraTQOtli, In some places it will be mared with ruts you tiia fall into because you sltand do nothing for God, or the pot holes you step! into When you talie yotir eyes off Jesus Chriflt At'^'flmes your heel miybe bruised fh>m the small pebbles of people's attitudes, conversations and actions against-you. With these course conditions and the hasarifs of people and circumstances lining the ^ay, this and much more~ can cause the runner to drop out of the race. This was the morning's message for each person willing to enter the race. Last Sunday night saw the obedience to God's Word with the baptism of two young men after their decision to accept Jesus Christ as their personal savior. Followed by the evening worship, with a message talcen fh>m Matthew 22, the parable of "Marriage ofthe Kings Son." All services are being held at the Mt. Moriah Lodge, 101 Temple Dr. directly across from the Black Mt. Golf Course where Major turns into Country Club Dr. MOP ing: 9: IS Song Service; 9:30 Sunday School; 10:30 Worship Service. Evening 5:30 Youth Meeting; 7:00 Worship Service, Thursday Bible Study at 7:00 P.M. Please come and worship with us this Sunday. Broithing RiilnBrs Msoting =is Sdieduled=The regular monthly meeting of the Breathing Partners Oub will be held on Thursday, February 15, 19^, beginning at 7:00 p.m.. in the Guild Room of Christ Episcopal Church St the comer of Maryland Parlcway and St. Louts Avenue. Spcalcer for the evening will be Emma Colbert who is a.' Coordinator and Social'Worker at SanriK Hosirttal Medical Center. He£.iopic will deal with "Mental Attitudes for People With Lung Problems." Breathing Partners, a dub.^r^ng patients sod family members, is open to all interested individuals. The organization is sponsored by the Nevada Lung Association and there are no dues or membership fees. Further information can be obtained by calling the Nevada Lung Association. RASCO OPEN EVENMIGS Til 9:00 p MORc llUy rTle r fobtt: Instant [passport pictures. % I (Ready while you wait. • In beautiful, flattering color. Meets aN US. Passport Office specificatior^s. • Perfect for otnorlravel-related documents. Buunak iwAist. SBi-Tdi? 1 B.EGoodrich SAIB SALE! SALE! iL-WL^'lillMiii 50s & 60s RADIiU. T/A SALE PRICES! 1^ \u.ivM.\t:. ic:r3i]_ KHIIiiHIIlfllLIil KLUUHILJMLJkJ FRONT END ALIGNMENT HTt-R HTt-IS, 17t-15 IttJRi: STEEL BELTED NALICLn • ••• WNITCWALLS • ••• EXTRA MIUA8E • ••• KEP TREAB ir.'.bjiitJiiVH!/iiHn MjiliJtiliLJiKXIHiLl lf:.ha!j|i'Ji.!iB!.' iiBi'i • jimif.TJiKriBn i:jiinit/':iH:LiHvi IJilEIBiMIBI'flHi i riii:3I]ld.lKXIR':l I iisiia.' • < • • I r'.:Yra r,T nanmvi THE FAST TIRE PIT STOP!! tTIRE CENTERS

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..••"<, .CSV ff,News • U(t 10 |T^ursday. February 8^1879: ^ u Wednesday, %, i4 Pharmacy RED FOIL HEART I LB. $4.45 r" -*''~'^., N. 9go? ^/nst SATIN HEART 2 IB. ll. ^> ^> A k.i rN • rr • CANDIES ASSORTED CHOCOLATES I LB. $3.50 HRS. 8-9:30 MON^T. SUN. M BRAORC PH. 564^4 >Z.ltb the dedication in ybiur heart and life to flnishibe race He has set before you. No-^ire promised the course will always be sraTQOtli, In some places it will be mared with ruts you tiia fall into because you sltand do nothing for God, or the pot holes you step! into When you talie yotir eyes off Jesus Chriflt At'^'flmes your heel miybe bruised fh>m the small pebbles of people's attitudes, conversations and actions against-you. With these course conditions and the hasarifs of people and circumstances lining the ^ay, this and much more~ can cause the runner to drop out of the race. This was the morning's message for each person willing to enter the race. Last Sunday night saw the obedience to God's Word with the baptism of two young men after their decision to accept Jesus Christ as their personal savior. Followed by the evening worship, with a message talcen fh>m Matthew 22, the parable of "Marriage ofthe Kings Son." All services are being held at the Mt. Moriah Lodge, 101 Temple Dr. directly across from the Black Mt. Golf Course where Major turns into Country Club Dr. MOP ing: 9: IS Song Service; 9:30 Sunday School; 10:30 Worship Service. Evening 5:30 Youth Meeting; 7:00 Worship Service, Thursday Bible Study at 7:00 P.M. Please come and worship with us this Sunday. Broithing RiilnBrs Msoting =is Sdieduled=The regular monthly meeting of the Breathing Partners Oub will be held on Thursday, February 15, 19^, beginning at 7:00 p.m.. in the Guild Room of Christ Episcopal Church St the comer of Maryland Parlcway and St. Louts Avenue. Spcalcer for the evening will be Emma Colbert who is a.' Coordinator and Social'Worker at SanriK Hosirttal Medical Center. He£.iopic will deal with "Mental Attitudes for People With Lung Problems." Breathing Partners, a dub.^r^ng patients sod family members, is open to all interested individuals. The organization is sponsored by the Nevada Lung Association and there are no dues or membership fees. Further information can be obtained by calling the Nevada Lung Association. RASCO OPEN EVENMIGS Til 9:00 p MORc llUy rTle r fobtt: Instant [passport pictures. % I (Ready while you wait. • In beautiful, flattering color. Meets aN US. Passport Office specificatior^s. • Perfect for otnorlravel-related documents. Buunak iwAist. SBi-Tdi? 1 B.EGoodrich SAIB SALE! SALE! iL-WL^'lillMiii 50s & 60s RADIiU. T/A SALE PRICES! 1^ \u.ivM.\t:. ic:r3i]_ KHIIiiHIIlfllLIil KLUUHILJMLJkJ FRONT END ALIGNMENT HTt-R HTt-IS, 17t-15 IttJRi: STEEL BELTED NALICLn • ••• WNITCWALLS • ••• EXTRA MIUA8E • ••• KEP TREAB ir.'.bjiitJiiVH!/iiHn MjiliJtiliLJiKXIHiLl lf:.ha!j|i'Ji.!iB!.' iiBi'i • jimif.TJiKriBn i:jiinit/':iH:LiHvi IJilEIBiMIBI'flHi i riii:3I]ld.lKXIR':l I iisiia.' • < • • I r'.:Yra r,T nanmvi THE FAST TIRE PIT STOP!! tTIRE CENTERS

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• • r T I L> -. 1>—i———I—fcriil > I. .1 • ^ii^l • • ^ Henderson Home News and Boulder City News Thursday^ February 8,1979 If Ther&abigdifoaiceinSavingsiisrituriQns... Gnneto Nevada Savings. Discover the Big-Safe Friendly Higher-Than-Bank-Interest on Savings Why take less than the highest interest paid in America on savings insured by a U.S. Government agency? Move up to Nevada Savings' top interest. Enjoy in-and-out passbook savings convenience plus super-high earnings on certificate accounts with our Balanced Savings Program. Free Safe Deposit Box.!.and More Place your valuables and precious documents in a steel-vault protected safe deposit box...so convenient right at Nevada Savings. Other helpful customer services include free money orders and travelers cheques, free trust deed collection, free photo copies and, more. TheHBi^SafeRiendly'' Institution Behind your Nevada Savings passbook and savings certificate stands the great size and strength of ^ one of the West s largest, soundly managed savings institutions, where personalized service is more than a creed... its our way of doing business with profitminded, safety-minded savers throughout Nevada. Higher Interest With Daily Availabilityof Funds 8.00%=833% $1,000 "•mmir' *i)osi 8 savings cemlaie metesi is convounM amy 7.75%=8.06% SlOOOminimufndegosii S-iiMsJinnQscotificjie mcesiisconvounoeduiiy' 7.50%=7.79% ** 6.75%=6.98% SKnOmnKTiuiii 1)010^ 30)iionmssiintscenitice neresusconvoundeaOMly' 650%=6.72% SiOOOmmitnumdefnsii i?-monmssMn()sceni(icjle nefestiscompomMiMy' 5.75%=5.92% ti 000 mmmmm deposit (JHfs songs certifca* wwei i; compounded ^sttf 5.25%=5.39% Rgul ptsstnoii acciwK Ytiu nuy iMlXKil or witMw n any muM 11 iy im • nm mtnest concnnM] duhr 'IOT dir a( deooM to dw oi iitidiMui t Money Market Account. 6-month Certificate earns .25% more than II000 mmimuir deposit 4 e* savflss certrtcjie mm s conipounded iliiiti 000 mmmmm deposit (Jis songs certHcae wefesi i; confounded daif TfCaSUry BiUs. $10,000 Hlinlmum depOSlt. •Minimum savings baJance required for these free customer services. "Federal reguUiions require a subiuntial interest penally for eariy withdrawal. BIGSAFE'FRIENDLY NEVADA SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Over 1/3 billion dollars strong ti|i Honeywell Pond by Larry Parker of Yerington; a 15 ounce arctic graylin| caught from Desert Creek By George Delich of Carson City; a 27 pound N orthem Pike taken in Comins Lake by Kelly Maloperdos of east Ely; and 10 pound walleye caught in Rye Patch Reservoir by Mrs. Ken Darrah of Reno", reports Bob Sumner, Staff Fisheries Specialist who oversees the annual program. Each of the five individuals will receive a trophy plaque engraved with their names and the fish's vital statistics. "During 1978.. we received 137 entries of fish that matched or exceeded minimum weight requirements set in the program. In addition to the five state records, 17 entries estate liahed new individual lake or stream fiahing reoordf," Sumner said. Thoae who catch and enter the largest fish during the yaar io each of the 27 categories receive special golden trophy fish certiicates. There wffl be 17 of these certificates awarded this year. \ Henderaon Home News and Boulder City News >C'QOp2 miMBniBiRnniiBk i^^^ Mm '^^^Surprwc that Someone Speelal! • iiiiHiiiiiirKiilliilliiilillllltli.' aleiitlne Dinne -DINE ON NEVADA'S ONLY aOATING RESTAURANT WHERE ATMOSPHERE ABOUNDS! Complete Prime Rib or Netr York 8teak Dinner Fur P %\ O50 indudes dessert & fvi j^ 1^ compfmenlary glass of w [ prepered espedaly by Master Chef Robert M cGinnis The Ffiendiiest Polcer Game in T(jwn! • PefeaKUM Thus, (ti. Sal 6 Sui. nil ? 7-(WShf *l-^3J!aKtt VLoose as a Goose> Over 94% Return. The Friendlest Bar in Town f All Well Drinks > f 0* 50' V • Free Pretzels > ^ • Free Popcorn ^ Fantastic Vahjabie Jackpot Coupon • Redeem at Change Cage Dai ly 2 p 10 pm SEE US TODAY. Open 24 Hours Thurs, FrL b SaL' s.Feti8 • 5 pm-9 pm •Soupor (tax mdai•/{'I II ,') .!> II Lake Mead Marina lake Shore Drive iiili • <' ?.Cc^ ffx Reservations. -. S{ectfl£ 6 am-9-30 am • 7 Days a Week All You Can Eat Serve Yourself gg' i •Mlnoed Ham & Eggs • Homemade Bisoiiis & Gravy Bwlit 2 85.95 <:::;:, Thifs.&Fri. Feb.9& 10* 5 pm-9pm • Soup or Salad Bar •Hot Toast SaL&SuriFeb. 10&11/5pm-3pm • Soi) or Salad Bar • l\ 5.95> .•S.^FebLl2&13v Mon. & Tues. • 5 pm-8 pm ^ Giwuol SitfoiK vSte(*i.95's"S,b CkiduiK ^1.49 • Hash Browns &i^y.^v^iiiUite^-:?5'ii, .V-^— UoBeMUKT StKicM Wed., Feb. 14 • 5 pm-9 pm r2kiP'uceetl" Sabd'ear & Hot Entrees V^ / • JrKJudes choice of coffee or tea • 7 Days a Week. • n pm ?? HotToBStX *^^^^SS#^^ ^^i^e*^^^ Bigger & Better Biiig (6 ^^ STARTING JANUARY 25TH ^ ^ELDORADO CASINO OOWNTDWN HENDERSON m PJM. (12 GAME PARTY) W-X-Y GAMES REG. GAMES PAY BONUS GOID ORANGE •100 '90 •45 FYogressive Drawing 7fl) PJM. Ses Moa Tues. Wed Thus. 9fl)PM. (12 GAME PARTY) DIAMOND REG. GAMES PAY BONUS GOLD ORANGE •100•80•. BIG T GAMES 1^ SWSTHEAfTTS LOVE OUR Beef Backribs TE (VALBITINES DAY, FEai4TH) IlilO PM (12 GAME PARTY) X-Y-Z GAMES RED. GAMES PAY BONUS GOLD ORANGE •100 •oo %Guaranteed Coveral Bonus or Gold •M Orange •100. Progressive Drawing 11D0 PM Session^ Mon. Tues.-Wed-Thus. ALL PAY SESSIONS •3. Minnum To Anyone SiOing in Room GoU Bqinli •2i)0 Orange •liU Bonus Gwen to Player Playing •SilO Set FREE SESSIONS DAILY 90) AM lOai AM. Iffl) PM 310 PM &00 PM UateKfwe eui tftDwer ^^m i ^^

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• • r T I L> -. 1>—i———I—fcriil > I. .1 • ^ii^l • • ^ Henderson Home News and Boulder City News Thursday^ February 8,1979 If Ther&abigdifoaiceinSavingsiisrituriQns... Gnneto Nevada Savings. Discover the Big-Safe Friendly Higher-Than-Bank-Interest on Savings Why take less than the highest interest paid in America on savings insured by a U.S. Government agency? Move up to Nevada Savings' top interest. Enjoy in-and-out passbook savings convenience plus super-high earnings on certificate accounts with our Balanced Savings Program. Free Safe Deposit Box.!.and More Place your valuables and precious documents in a steel-vault protected safe deposit box...so convenient right at Nevada Savings. Other helpful customer services include free money orders and travelers cheques, free trust deed collection, free photo copies and, more. TheHBi^SafeRiendly'' Institution Behind your Nevada Savings passbook and savings certificate stands the great size and strength of ^ one of the West s largest, soundly managed savings institutions, where personalized service is more than a creed... its our way of doing business with profitminded, safety-minded savers throughout Nevada. Higher Interest With Daily Availabilityof Funds 8.00%=833% $1,000 "•mmir' *i)osi 8 savings cemlaie metesi is convounM amy 7.75%=8.06% SlOOOminimufndegosii S-iiMsJinnQscotificjie mcesiisconvounoeduiiy' 7.50%=7.79% ** 6.75%=6.98% SKnOmnKTiuiii 1)010^ 30)iionmssiintscenitice neresusconvoundeaOMly' 650%=6.72% SiOOOmmitnumdefnsii i?-monmssMn()sceni(icjle nefestiscompomMiMy' 5.75%=5.92% ti 000 mmmmm deposit (JHfs songs certifca* wwei i; compounded ^sttf 5.25%=5.39% Rgul ptsstnoii acciwK Ytiu nuy iMlXKil or witMw n any muM 11 iy im • nm mtnest concnnM] duhr 'IOT dir a( deooM to dw oi iitidiMui t Money Market Account. 6-month Certificate earns .25% more than II000 mmimuir deposit 4 e* savflss certrtcjie mm s conipounded iliiiti 000 mmmmm deposit (Jis songs certHcae wefesi i; confounded daif TfCaSUry BiUs. $10,000 Hlinlmum depOSlt. •Minimum savings baJance required for these free customer services. "Federal reguUiions require a subiuntial interest penally for eariy withdrawal. BIGSAFE'FRIENDLY NEVADA SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Over 1/3 billion dollars strong ti|i Honeywell Pond by Larry Parker of Yerington; a 15 ounce arctic graylin| caught from Desert Creek By George Delich of Carson City; a 27 pound N orthem Pike taken in Comins Lake by Kelly Maloperdos of east Ely; and 10 pound walleye caught in Rye Patch Reservoir by Mrs. Ken Darrah of Reno", reports Bob Sumner, Staff Fisheries Specialist who oversees the annual program. Each of the five individuals will receive a trophy plaque engraved with their names and the fish's vital statistics. "During 1978.. we received 137 entries of fish that matched or exceeded minimum weight requirements set in the program. In addition to the five state records, 17 entries estate liahed new individual lake or stream fiahing reoordf," Sumner said. Thoae who catch and enter the largest fish during the yaar io each of the 27 categories receive special golden trophy fish certiicates. There wffl be 17 of these certificates awarded this year. \ Henderaon Home News and Boulder City News >C'QOp2 miMBniBiRnniiBk i^^^ Mm '^^^Surprwc that Someone Speelal! • iiiiHiiiiiirKiilliilliiilillllltli.' aleiitlne Dinne -DINE ON NEVADA'S ONLY aOATING RESTAURANT WHERE ATMOSPHERE ABOUNDS! Complete Prime Rib or Netr York 8teak Dinner Fur P %\ O50 indudes dessert & fvi j^ 1^ compfmenlary glass of w [ prepered espedaly by Master Chef Robert M cGinnis The Ffiendiiest Polcer Game in T(jwn! • PefeaKUM Thus, (ti. Sal 6 Sui. nil ? 7-(WShf *l-^3J!aKtt VLoose as a Goose> Over 94% Return. The Friendlest Bar in Town f All Well Drinks > f 0* 50' V • Free Pretzels > ^ • Free Popcorn ^ Fantastic Vahjabie Jackpot Coupon • Redeem at Change Cage Dai ly 2 p 10 pm SEE US TODAY. Open 24 Hours Thurs, FrL b SaL' s.Feti8 • 5 pm-9 pm •Soupor (tax mdai•/{'I II ,') .!> II Lake Mead Marina lake Shore Drive iiili • <' ?.Cc^ ffx Reservations. -. S{ectfl£ 6 am-9-30 am • 7 Days a Week All You Can Eat Serve Yourself gg' i •Mlnoed Ham & Eggs • Homemade Bisoiiis & Gravy Bwlit 2 85.95 <:::;:, Thifs.&Fri. Feb.9& 10* 5 pm-9pm • Soup or Salad Bar •Hot Toast SaL&SuriFeb. 10&11/5pm-3pm • Soi) or Salad Bar • l\ 5.95> .•S.^FebLl2&13v Mon. & Tues. • 5 pm-8 pm ^ Giwuol SitfoiK vSte(*i.95's"S,b CkiduiK ^1.49 • Hash Browns &i^y.^v^iiiUite^-:?5'ii, .V-^— UoBeMUKT StKicM Wed., Feb. 14 • 5 pm-9 pm r2kiP'uceetl" Sabd'ear & Hot Entrees V^ / • JrKJudes choice of coffee or tea • 7 Days a Week. • n pm ?? HotToBStX *^^^^SS#^^ ^^i^e*^^^ Bigger & Better Biiig (6 ^^ STARTING JANUARY 25TH ^ ^ELDORADO CASINO OOWNTDWN HENDERSON m PJM. (12 GAME PARTY) W-X-Y GAMES REG. GAMES PAY BONUS GOID ORANGE •100 '90 •45 FYogressive Drawing 7fl) PJM. Ses Moa Tues. Wed Thus. 9fl)PM. (12 GAME PARTY) DIAMOND REG. GAMES PAY BONUS GOLD ORANGE •100•80•. BIG T GAMES 1^ SWSTHEAfTTS LOVE OUR Beef Backribs TE (VALBITINES DAY, FEai4TH) IlilO PM (12 GAME PARTY) X-Y-Z GAMES RED. GAMES PAY BONUS GOLD ORANGE •100 •oo %Guaranteed Coveral Bonus or Gold •M Orange •100. Progressive Drawing 11D0 PM Session^ Mon. Tues.-Wed-Thus. ALL PAY SESSIONS •3. Minnum To Anyone SiOing in Room GoU Bqinli •2i)0 Orange •liU Bonus Gwen to Player Playing •SilO Set FREE SESSIONS DAILY 90) AM lOai AM. Iffl) PM 310 PM &00 PM UateKfwe eui tftDwer ^^m i ^^

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Henderson Home Newa and Boulder City News This month millions of valentine cards will b sent. Who gets them? Sweethearts perhaps? Surprisingly, the largest numbers are sent to .mothers next comes teachers, aunts, sisters and brother. And about one in four will be marked "Guesa Who? or will be unaigned. Valentine's Day ia thought to be the oldeat holiday in the western world. It is named for Valentinus a young priest put to death by the Roman Emperor some 1500 years ago for refusing to renounce Christianity. Before his death, he supposedly wrote a farewell note to the little daughter of his Jailor signed, "From Your Valentine." About 200 years later, when Christianity bad spread in lurope, the pope ordered Pobroary 14 celebrated as St. Valentinea's Day. This new feast was to take the place of Lupercalia, the old Roman festival. As sometimes happened, some Roman customs crept into the new Christain celebration. On Lupercalia, young men had drawn name cards of young women fTom an urn. For St. Valentine's Day, young people drew the names of saints; they were supposed to model of these saints. But marching girls and boys is more tan and by the 14th century, the old Ronaa custom was cominf back into uae. The flrtt known valen* tine, a rhymed love letter, wu sent in 1415 by Charles, Duke of Orleans, to hia wife. At the time he was a prisoner in the Tower of London, By the 17th century. St ValenUne's Day messages had become so popular, a book of verses were published in France to help people who couldn't write their own. Valentine "writers" of this kind was much used cards Be My VoleirtiM 20 Thursday. February 8.1979 took over fh>m the hand written greetings. The nrst known commorically printed card was made in 181S. Cards printed in color became available in the early 1840's. Valentine cards were first published in the U.S. by Esther Rowland of Worcester, Massachuaetts. In 1847, after receiving a lacy valentine trm England, Miss Rowland decided to make her own. She created them from small colored pictures, scraps ot lace and embossed pictures. Then, with samples in hand, she visited stationery shops in New York and Boston and got |5,000 in orders! She quickly got together a staff of young women and setting them to work cutting and sticking together paper, fabrics, lace hearts, flowers and cupid bows. Most of Miss Rowlands creations were expensive, up to $5. or $10 and even more. Several examples are preserved in the Hallmark Cards Historical CoUecUon in Kansas City, Missouri. New ideas about de* sign and modern prin^ ing processes make today's valentines very different from Miss Howland's time. But the red • and designs using flowers and hearts, are still seen everywhere. And the message of Iving and caring, "Be My Valentine" • is one people never tire of hearing. Copied from Modern Maturity Continental Telephone Plonning Yellow Pages .^•laHfrt^-'^'-c^. _theirjives aftir hj iy*foL*LE'lfm4 ^g^^ CLUB & CASINO*^ ^BDOYADEUCnUSMEALFREE "^ I IN OUR AWARD WINNING RESTAURANT.. aL-D1]lMe—w / • t^ENr •r \ PRESBIIT THIS COUPON TO CASHIER^ N^ FREE ^! ^/tti YOU CHUCKWAGON ONLY TUBT i riN FAT -^S "Yellow Pages" sales representatives for Leland Mast Directory Company are presently working in the Henderson directory area(s) according to Clay Johnson, Local Manager for Continental Telephone Company. Leland Mast is a subsidiary of Continental and publishes the Henderson directory. Johnson said the sales people will be contacting local businessfs concerning their listii^s and advertising in tfte forthcoming directory.Jf your business has nbt been contacted by a representative of Lelai£d Mast on or before Apfll IS, 1979, Mr. Johns i V 1 COUPON Pffl PBBON ^ ^9^o\e4^ Policy 'igitnfM^nce WOIIP fAMOUt RfMAUIkWI 793 3959 The Fomous ItolioR i Americon Food eMcu amf d3i4ia4icaUeu L TUES,WHX&THURS.FB.13,14,ai5 .^^i^ RECEIVES INVITATION The boss will leave sunny Puerto Vallarta soon to attend a foreign policy conference for editors and broadcasters. He was invited by the Secretary of State for Feb. 21 and 22, in Washington, D.C. We bet the weather is better in Mexico. Served Midnight to U A.M. Good Mornlngr WE HAVE MANY CHICKEN AND VEAL DISHESSTEAKS: PORTmOUSE, T-BONt RI&EYE STEAK, AND CHOPPED SIRLOIN. RSH: CRAB LEGS, LOBSTBl HALIBUT STEAK AND MUCH, MUCH MORE! WITHAU PMME RH R0A$T...JK8S!. •4.95 Thursday thru Saturday MUSIC PARTIES 10TO20r 11:30 TILL ? TUES. THRU SAT. 4 JUICE DANISH PASTRY COFFEE $.85 •JUICES & FRUIT* 0r*ii9Jukr S5-70 BcrrtMln ScaMn I IS Crapefrail Julrr SS70 Sl*wd Prtmc* 75 TomaloJutcc SS-70 BartWttPMra 7S Prune Julca SS-.70 Peach HalvM 7S HalGrapi^i Wf>*eaie. iwt RASCO EVENMGS 'm9:00pBi MoR* tlim rrie All Americon Wreckers li 24 Hour Towing & Road Serv ice "Spociolof tboWook^' Motoftycio Trell I J^oLMir CAU JIM "HOSS"' ROWE • MELTON AT 1401 Athol J65 -6220 Henderson ABOUT THE BAHA'I FAITH The Baha'i Faith is a new, independent univenal religion, whoae goal is to reviUliie mankind spiritually, to break down barriers between people and lay the foundation for a united world toeitiy baaed upon principles oflustice and love. The Baba'i Faith believes that Divine Revelation is Continuous and progressive and that the Word of God is revealed In each age through the agency of a Divine Revelator Whose Word is the Word of God and Whose Teachings man must follow if he is to progress toward God and to build an ever advancing civilisation. Tidivi t AM: It teaches that there is only one God and that all religions are one. To be a Baha'i one must accept the divinity _8nd truth of all revealed religions and to accept all people as children of the One God. Tbe Baha'i Faitb was founded in Iran (Persia) in 1844 with the announcement by the Bab that the coming of the One promised by ail religions was at hand. Baha'u'Uah, the Prophet Founder of the Baha'i Faith fulfills the promises of Jesus. Mohammed, Moses, Krishna, Buddha and Zoraster that at a given time. God would send One who would unite all the peoples of t e world into one common faith. Tka oaaaass of mankiad. The iadapaadaat iavastliatloo of Iralfe. na riMia fcuadattea af aU raUglaae. fka assntial kanaoay of MiaBM aad rtligioa. Cqaalttjr of BMa and WMMB. -Biadsatlaa of prehsdiMtarall Uads. •Ualmaal adaeallea i a oaharsal T carrfcahua A sptrMeal aaiaUoa I* tke acoooak prablaaL A aaivanal laiWHa. Ualvaraal paaae epbald by a world MaratlM ttftftnmtaL ii imm^mmm—^mtmmmmm^mmmm X 'V ) • Wbir'.'ti-.n ^^J^"^: C/O DtaM BOOM -1311 Eether Dr., Boulder City, Nv. MOOS as45e3 or 49S-S152 >•••——< Thursday, February 8.1979 of\f mi suNtify. "You'd have trouble sleeping, too, if you were the treasurer of your class's milk money!" • CROSSWORD PUZZLE Flo Raymond To Present Concert In Bovlder City ACROSS 1 Chatter (Colloq.) 4, Throw 8. Smoking device 12 Land measure 13. Parent s sister 14 Surface 15. Free 16. Donkey s call 17. Chair 18. Swiss city 20 Braid 22 Fabnc 24. Shows leeling 28 Racing official 32. Odor 33. Child s game 34 Sailor 36. Equip 37. Overhead 40. Fathers or mothers 43 Sphere 45 Month 46. Seed covering 48 Rends 52 Taps 55 Outer garment 57. Enemy 56. dignified poem 59 Mournful dog cry 60. Fermented liquor 61. City in Nevada 62. Sword 63. Color DOWN 1. Clothing 2. Opera solo 3 Furniture for sleeping 4. Writing pad 5. We(Poss) 6 Break shon 7. Fashion 8 Preacher 9 Anger 10 Legume 11. Devour 19. Go astray 21 Candlenut tree 23. Fondle 25. Rent 26. Send forth 27. Droops 28. Heavenly body 29. Falsehood 30. Eager 31. Knock 35 Male sheep 38. Failure 39. High hill 41. Baby's toy 42. Sight organ 44. Wall recess 47. Crochet stitch 49 Distant 50 Actor's part 51. Nut 52. Through 53. Mimic 54 Soft metal 56 Fear a 10 II u > t '(. • IT Flo Raymond, professional singer from Chicago, will appear in concert at Boulder City Junior and Senior High School auditorium interpreting "Around The World in Song" with a special "Musical Americana" segment. Flo has appeared throughout the Midwest and Florida in Concerts, musical comedy, opera and supper clubs. She has entertained over all media including radio and television. "She interprets the music as it should be, whether classical or popular," said one orchestra leader and has been written up as "good quality" by an array of critics and newspapers. The program will begin at 7 p.m. on March 10th, Saturday. Tickets will soon be on^sale at the Boulder City Recreation Department the sponsor. Sally's Gifts will carry tickets and other concerns soon to be announced. Popular Jan Schmidt Boulder City resident, will provide the piano accompaniment. "A Song for Everyone" has often been termed of Flo Raymond's performances by appreciative audiences. A special "treat" of good music: exotic lands, folk, opera, pop, jazz, religious, flamenco, and musical comedy, is in store for the audience. Answer to puzzle icmr] aBQi] Qdua lynniu in^|i|M|ViMa __ fl TIWIBNIO 1 3 Jib /SUINT3 illVldBX i 0 TV IHOID QCiO U *i lH( >! vHulJUIylv T? ISl3lilolHlaBdl3luHBi QDQD flBaQEll nnnn annn rnnni auoia Habia Hiual nnnin mv^m cidRil t VOUAND YOUR HEALTH BASK READY MIX SERVING HENDERSON t BOULDER CITY Radio Dispatched 7 DAYS A WEEK SATURDAY SUNDAY DEUVERY 4 WILT HIT FOB 54 3 POINTS IN OWE tPl.,YOf F SAMt ^ IN \<\i,\ TO 5ET THE Mcoeo WHO aaotcE WILTS KECOeo WITH 61 PUTOFF POINTS A EL6IN BICrLOS. B KiCICftaJUY C ftOfiM'ADOO MONDAY THRU SATURDAY #1 P A 11AM-2PM 7 kfl ALL HOME COOKING ^•^'v Tbnee Ki &toft • Choice of Bi^ Sahds • Choice of 'Potatoes & VegetBli • Hot Rob 6 2&3297 Bui tMabV • novATNtM wvno Rajlioa d Pass Caaa o BMIIW A LOW FAT DIET Dear Dr. Esie: I have been hearing much Ulely at)out the importance of a low fat diet. Especially one low in saturated fats. I understand it's tied up with cholesterol. I haven t been to my doctor about it because I've been feeling fine. Can you give me a list? Mr. Y. Dear Mr. Y.: Some foods that are low in saturated fats are poultry, fish, lean meats, skim milk, cotuge cheese, egg whites, fruits, cereals, vegetables. But why gooo any kind of diet unless you have to? If your weight, cholesterol levela. electrocardiograms tn6 other evaluations are negative, it's likely your doctor will tell you to forget about any special diet. • • • VINEGAR HARMFUL? Dear Dr. Ease: Is vinegar harmful? I love it. Take loU of it on baked beans, on salads, on salmon and tuna. I've heard it said that it kills cells in the body and kilts all the calories. 1 us store-bought apple cider vinegar. Am 1 hurting myself? Mrs T. Dear Mrs T.: The kill joys are telling you that vmegar kills ceUs and kills calories. Nothing to it. Enjoy yourself. • • • For Mr. Y : Reducing your salt intake aod taking off excess weight arc two important adjuncts in the treatment of hi^h blood pressure. But ^y are not the end-all ol treatment. In addition:as your doctor uys, you may need to take antihyperUnsive drugs, too. • • • For Mrs. Q.: Neuroretinitis is an inilainmation of the nerva to the eye the optic Mrve -txiA the retina (in bask of the >£^ 1979 McNaa^t 9$^. miaVlWi J DAYS "^ ^W" Chb 24 HOUKS

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Henderson Home Newa and Boulder City News This month millions of valentine cards will b sent. Who gets them? Sweethearts perhaps? Surprisingly, the largest numbers are sent to .mothers next comes teachers, aunts, sisters and brother. And about one in four will be marked "Guesa Who? or will be unaigned. Valentine's Day ia thought to be the oldeat holiday in the western world. It is named for Valentinus a young priest put to death by the Roman Emperor some 1500 years ago for refusing to renounce Christianity. Before his death, he supposedly wrote a farewell note to the little daughter of his Jailor signed, "From Your Valentine." About 200 years later, when Christianity bad spread in lurope, the pope ordered Pobroary 14 celebrated as St. Valentinea's Day. This new feast was to take the place of Lupercalia, the old Roman festival. As sometimes happened, some Roman customs crept into the new Christain celebration. On Lupercalia, young men had drawn name cards of young women fTom an urn. For St. Valentine's Day, young people drew the names of saints; they were supposed to model of these saints. But marching girls and boys is more tan and by the 14th century, the old Ronaa custom was cominf back into uae. The flrtt known valen* tine, a rhymed love letter, wu sent in 1415 by Charles, Duke of Orleans, to hia wife. At the time he was a prisoner in the Tower of London, By the 17th century. St ValenUne's Day messages had become so popular, a book of verses were published in France to help people who couldn't write their own. Valentine "writers" of this kind was much used cards Be My VoleirtiM 20 Thursday. February 8.1979 took over fh>m the hand written greetings. The nrst known commorically printed card was made in 181S. Cards printed in color became available in the early 1840's. Valentine cards were first published in the U.S. by Esther Rowland of Worcester, Massachuaetts. In 1847, after receiving a lacy valentine trm England, Miss Rowland decided to make her own. She created them from small colored pictures, scraps ot lace and embossed pictures. Then, with samples in hand, she visited stationery shops in New York and Boston and got |5,000 in orders! She quickly got together a staff of young women and setting them to work cutting and sticking together paper, fabrics, lace hearts, flowers and cupid bows. Most of Miss Rowlands creations were expensive, up to $5. or $10 and even more. Several examples are preserved in the Hallmark Cards Historical CoUecUon in Kansas City, Missouri. New ideas about de* sign and modern prin^ ing processes make today's valentines very different from Miss Howland's time. But the red • and designs using flowers and hearts, are still seen everywhere. And the message of Iving and caring, "Be My Valentine" • is one people never tire of hearing. Copied from Modern Maturity Continental Telephone Plonning Yellow Pages .^•laHfrt^-'^'-c^. _theirjives aftir hj iy*foL*LE'lfm4 ^g^^ CLUB & CASINO*^ ^BDOYADEUCnUSMEALFREE "^ I IN OUR AWARD WINNING RESTAURANT.. aL-D1]lMe—w / • t^ENr •r \ PRESBIIT THIS COUPON TO CASHIER^ N^ FREE ^! ^/tti YOU CHUCKWAGON ONLY TUBT i riN FAT -^S "Yellow Pages" sales representatives for Leland Mast Directory Company are presently working in the Henderson directory area(s) according to Clay Johnson, Local Manager for Continental Telephone Company. Leland Mast is a subsidiary of Continental and publishes the Henderson directory. Johnson said the sales people will be contacting local businessfs concerning their listii^s and advertising in tfte forthcoming directory.Jf your business has nbt been contacted by a representative of Lelai£d Mast on or before Apfll IS, 1979, Mr. Johns i V 1 COUPON Pffl PBBON ^ ^9^o\e4^ Policy 'igitnfM^nce WOIIP fAMOUt RfMAUIkWI 793 3959 The Fomous ItolioR i Americon Food eMcu amf d3i4ia4icaUeu L TUES,WHX&THURS.FB.13,14,ai5 .^^i^ RECEIVES INVITATION The boss will leave sunny Puerto Vallarta soon to attend a foreign policy conference for editors and broadcasters. He was invited by the Secretary of State for Feb. 21 and 22, in Washington, D.C. We bet the weather is better in Mexico. Served Midnight to U A.M. Good Mornlngr WE HAVE MANY CHICKEN AND VEAL DISHESSTEAKS: PORTmOUSE, T-BONt RI&EYE STEAK, AND CHOPPED SIRLOIN. RSH: CRAB LEGS, LOBSTBl HALIBUT STEAK AND MUCH, MUCH MORE! WITHAU PMME RH R0A$T...JK8S!. •4.95 Thursday thru Saturday MUSIC PARTIES 10TO20r 11:30 TILL ? TUES. THRU SAT. 4 JUICE DANISH PASTRY COFFEE $.85 •JUICES & FRUIT* 0r*ii9Jukr S5-70 BcrrtMln ScaMn I IS Crapefrail Julrr SS70 Sl*wd Prtmc* 75 TomaloJutcc SS-70 BartWttPMra 7S Prune Julca SS-.70 Peach HalvM 7S HalGrapi^i Wf>*eaie. iwt RASCO EVENMGS 'm9:00pBi MoR* tlim rrie All Americon Wreckers li 24 Hour Towing & Road Serv ice "Spociolof tboWook^' Motoftycio Trell I J^oLMir CAU JIM "HOSS"' ROWE • MELTON AT 1401 Athol J65 -6220 Henderson ABOUT THE BAHA'I FAITH The Baha'i Faith is a new, independent univenal religion, whoae goal is to reviUliie mankind spiritually, to break down barriers between people and lay the foundation for a united world toeitiy baaed upon principles oflustice and love. The Baba'i Faith believes that Divine Revelation is Continuous and progressive and that the Word of God is revealed In each age through the agency of a Divine Revelator Whose Word is the Word of God and Whose Teachings man must follow if he is to progress toward God and to build an ever advancing civilisation. Tidivi t AM: It teaches that there is only one God and that all religions are one. To be a Baha'i one must accept the divinity _8nd truth of all revealed religions and to accept all people as children of the One God. Tbe Baha'i Faitb was founded in Iran (Persia) in 1844 with the announcement by the Bab that the coming of the One promised by ail religions was at hand. Baha'u'Uah, the Prophet Founder of the Baha'i Faith fulfills the promises of Jesus. Mohammed, Moses, Krishna, Buddha and Zoraster that at a given time. God would send One who would unite all the peoples of t e world into one common faith. Tka oaaaass of mankiad. The iadapaadaat iavastliatloo of Iralfe. na riMia fcuadattea af aU raUglaae. fka assntial kanaoay of MiaBM aad rtligioa. Cqaalttjr of BMa and WMMB. -Biadsatlaa of prehsdiMtarall Uads. •Ualmaal adaeallea i a oaharsal T carrfcahua A sptrMeal aaiaUoa I* tke acoooak prablaaL A aaivanal laiWHa. Ualvaraal paaae epbald by a world MaratlM ttftftnmtaL ii imm^mmm—^mtmmmmm^mmmm X 'V ) • Wbir'.'ti-.n ^^J^"^: C/O DtaM BOOM -1311 Eether Dr., Boulder City, Nv. MOOS as45e3 or 49S-S152 >•••——< Thursday, February 8.1979 of\f mi suNtify. "You'd have trouble sleeping, too, if you were the treasurer of your class's milk money!" • CROSSWORD PUZZLE Flo Raymond To Present Concert In Bovlder City ACROSS 1 Chatter (Colloq.) 4, Throw 8. Smoking device 12 Land measure 13. Parent s sister 14 Surface 15. Free 16. Donkey s call 17. Chair 18. Swiss city 20 Braid 22 Fabnc 24. Shows leeling 28 Racing official 32. Odor 33. Child s game 34 Sailor 36. Equip 37. Overhead 40. Fathers or mothers 43 Sphere 45 Month 46. Seed covering 48 Rends 52 Taps 55 Outer garment 57. Enemy 56. dignified poem 59 Mournful dog cry 60. Fermented liquor 61. City in Nevada 62. Sword 63. Color DOWN 1. Clothing 2. Opera solo 3 Furniture for sleeping 4. Writing pad 5. We(Poss) 6 Break shon 7. Fashion 8 Preacher 9 Anger 10 Legume 11. Devour 19. Go astray 21 Candlenut tree 23. Fondle 25. Rent 26. Send forth 27. Droops 28. Heavenly body 29. Falsehood 30. Eager 31. Knock 35 Male sheep 38. Failure 39. High hill 41. Baby's toy 42. Sight organ 44. Wall recess 47. Crochet stitch 49 Distant 50 Actor's part 51. Nut 52. Through 53. Mimic 54 Soft metal 56 Fear a 10 II u > t '(. • IT Flo Raymond, professional singer from Chicago, will appear in concert at Boulder City Junior and Senior High School auditorium interpreting "Around The World in Song" with a special "Musical Americana" segment. Flo has appeared throughout the Midwest and Florida in Concerts, musical comedy, opera and supper clubs. She has entertained over all media including radio and television. "She interprets the music as it should be, whether classical or popular," said one orchestra leader and has been written up as "good quality" by an array of critics and newspapers. The program will begin at 7 p.m. on March 10th, Saturday. Tickets will soon be on^sale at the Boulder City Recreation Department the sponsor. Sally's Gifts will carry tickets and other concerns soon to be announced. Popular Jan Schmidt Boulder City resident, will provide the piano accompaniment. "A Song for Everyone" has often been termed of Flo Raymond's performances by appreciative audiences. A special "treat" of good music: exotic lands, folk, opera, pop, jazz, religious, flamenco, and musical comedy, is in store for the audience. Answer to puzzle icmr] aBQi] Qdua lynniu in^|i|M|ViMa __ fl TIWIBNIO 1 3 Jib /SUINT3 illVldBX i 0 TV IHOID QCiO U *i lH( >! vHulJUIylv T? ISl3lilolHlaBdl3luHBi QDQD flBaQEll nnnn annn rnnni auoia Habia Hiual nnnin mv^m cidRil t VOUAND YOUR HEALTH BASK READY MIX SERVING HENDERSON t BOULDER CITY Radio Dispatched 7 DAYS A WEEK SATURDAY SUNDAY DEUVERY 4 WILT HIT FOB 54 3 POINTS IN OWE tPl.,YOf F SAMt ^ IN \<\i,\ TO 5ET THE Mcoeo WHO aaotcE WILTS KECOeo WITH 61 PUTOFF POINTS A EL6IN BICrLOS. B KiCICftaJUY C ftOfiM'ADOO MONDAY THRU SATURDAY #1 P A 11AM-2PM 7 kfl ALL HOME COOKING ^•^'v Tbnee Ki &toft • Choice of Bi^ Sahds • Choice of 'Potatoes & VegetBli • Hot Rob 6 2&3297 Bui tMabV • novATNtM wvno Rajlioa d Pass Caaa o BMIIW A LOW FAT DIET Dear Dr. Esie: I have been hearing much Ulely at)out the importance of a low fat diet. Especially one low in saturated fats. I understand it's tied up with cholesterol. I haven t been to my doctor about it because I've been feeling fine. Can you give me a list? Mr. Y. Dear Mr. Y.: Some foods that are low in saturated fats are poultry, fish, lean meats, skim milk, cotuge cheese, egg whites, fruits, cereals, vegetables. But why gooo any kind of diet unless you have to? If your weight, cholesterol levela. electrocardiograms tn6 other evaluations are negative, it's likely your doctor will tell you to forget about any special diet. • • • VINEGAR HARMFUL? Dear Dr. Ease: Is vinegar harmful? I love it. Take loU of it on baked beans, on salads, on salmon and tuna. I've heard it said that it kills cells in the body and kilts all the calories. 1 us store-bought apple cider vinegar. Am 1 hurting myself? Mrs T. Dear Mrs T.: The kill joys are telling you that vmegar kills ceUs and kills calories. Nothing to it. Enjoy yourself. • • • For Mr. Y : Reducing your salt intake aod taking off excess weight arc two important adjuncts in the treatment of hi^h blood pressure. But ^y are not the end-all ol treatment. In addition:as your doctor uys, you may need to take antihyperUnsive drugs, too. • • • For Mrs. Q.: Neuroretinitis is an inilainmation of the nerva to the eye the optic Mrve -txiA the retina (in bask of the >£^ 1979 McNaa^t 9$^. miaVlWi J DAYS "^ ^W" Chb 24 HOUKS

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Henderson Home News and Boulder City Neyn 22 Safeway Double Ifcihie Giupoiis*and Beef Chuck Roust! *With thtM coupons, Safoway will givo you Twko tho Savings offoro ^n l|B a 1^^ •<<<• • Mix* al lM Mn> ;U |1Q^ \t' M.n^.i.. ..< .W.> Cr'T. IL Ucliala lii nm i. C^ntwi t c^l I ^^ 1^ T.ki x< Ml M mm wipMi M> MB • mmf wmikmim j i-> trj r.-* • • m r>g.afg.a;?.a&.'..-> ^ SAFEWAY COUPON DOUBLE VALUE COUPON ::li lb I*) •KMri •*• lw •< l^ (MM .,1 • I" .. *.-'• .:i| SAFEWAY COUPON I I I l(> 'ill 1 -!l :jl .: Ip Hnw )* ii<>vM II I*'* .::) I '^ tl n hiii i III • mil, Cipi iim 4 '^1 I •' Tatocn ha^ixn ,| I I DOUBLE VALUE COUPON ^-: ft** ltT H( I* iMtw^-'i' "1 DOUBLE VALUE COUPON •13 "**^ s^^w^oy Piat •• TTt^i Caaf w> at jK faa4tIIW*wrbU* V*t 'Lj NaKtfa*a a4 ftawWa* C**v IP Wa.a4a • I tWv F* 11 itn ':i tt^ mmm4 *m M'M af Ida 0NI 1^' Takona Pv^acfi ^r.;: • • :l2I ; • ;:;r;&. • iV ji i f jj ?.g.a-^xv;\^&.-.i Mt> C.i, • • -I f..?.a?.;?.nja;ft.'.A jJl Ip Wii H i >M !••.• II Itn Jv litl..*!.* n..a Milt PrWxta. Klnx Tissues Tomato Soup fopor Towob Sclctn Calrfarnia • • c*pi Wo (>M(* an^ Imptrial CauntiM (Ul). an^ tooo >•^4 44 J35 t 14)000 J4J l '0 roTu l4 7J5 77 7 11 Look Who's Winning! TNERISSA REED las Vtflos '10OO WINNII SANMA EDIT Lot Vofos MOO 4m*94 w44% wiN bo pos*o4 m oM pm*n]^*w^ i*fo and any M MllUnOi4IOTMMC TO lUY! JESSmVIIT Los Vtfos MOO WlWItt XSSEHUIIT Lot VtflM MOO WIMKR Safeway Health & Beauty Aids Plus More! jk Baby Shampoo n Johnsons OtfOO HI Includes 25< Off Label. ^^tM6^uiKV • ^^ ^ ^^^^ SetHe I TyUiiol I j^ KififfflM Tablets A^ liivlops ^ UeS.DeAo Choice Bge| Chucls RodH Blade Cut SaFoy lF laottt and StMkt arc dwoyt cut fram USOA CMf IMI. Thit y ada it awardad by iin|Mrtial fvrnmnl |radart wlw ar rtt* rw •ipartt in HM gradinf fiald. (CHOICE) Bulk Beef Sale! Beef Short Loin WIMMISDA. OWK* IMI Wn C (II M >l-lb Siitl Indu^M: T-M "^ S)kt and tartcfhavM SIMIIII k' 2" Boneless Shoulder Wtwi4( S 0 A OMtn IMI CIIIKII S fl 73 (Crm lib) Imtw^ti; iMth SlMb • (ft* ll-lb. S M" V6BI otSaKS tun & Tender Ib 2 S3USdQ6 BrowTiServe n^ 1 Salmon Roast S;K ,*2*^ Calf Liver.o.^'^ DtlrsstMl SIM '1 Fine Vine% and Liquors ^kt f4f*
  • plruit Jwk* 44-i 59 Dolorgoiil I 7S-Ul*f *z^ 7M-ml V So9rom't V.O. i^ tkth—f • ; • -. RIock Volvot Z CunudmnWtHiki CkobRt WINO ^^ s> C1M ^^T I s-ut*. A hhti 'r Tswiiy Port Hwl< S^H S)N 750-ml More Specials! Beverages (>ao^^f^^^ *• '5* jjcama A 35* £[^r^ Far Cabin, aad, 49^ Red RaCliSheS 2kunehM39* 6^(futii^^Mt!eat\ SAFEWAY Safeway Garden Shop Buytl Mumt 1349 lalwdM 0)wii> TKwit., Mtw tva Ill lrlnbwMf>i CiWiiiiit ilMaft CMknm tan Otafa MMi Im^oal CawMiai Mat bi latail OwanMiat (Mir* By Mrs. Douglas CREOLE GUMBO If uythinf brlnfi UM flavor of Mtrdi Gras tima to me, iti this delicioufl Creole gumlM. You cu uee I full pound or • half pound of shrimp (depaa> ding on your pockctbookl and still get the ftme tailtoiizing flavor and aroma. To serve six, you'U need V* cup oil 1 Ib. okra, fresh or freiaii sliced Vt cup flour 1 green pepper, finely rauiced 1 medium onion, fiaely minced '^ 3 scallions. finely minead 1 celery rib, finely minced 1 16-oz. con whole tomatoes 1 S^z. can tomato pasta" 1 ck)ve garlic, finely minced 1 bay leaf 1 sprig thyme Salt and pepper to tas^, '/t to 1 Ib. shrimps, peeled, deveined and washed Refrigerate shrimps ua-' til ready to use. Heat f tablespoons of the oU in s pan large enough to hold the okra. Saute the okra for 7 minutes. Set aside. In a large pot. mil the ramaimng oil, add the flour, and 9tir over medium heat for 6 minutes. Add the vegetables, canned tomatoes, tomato paste, garUc and other seasonings. Stir well and saute for 5 minutes. Add the water slowly until well blended, stirring all the while. Add the okra. Cook on low flame for 48 minutes. Add the shrimp. Cook 15 minutes k>nger. Serve ovn rice. Lough i^ut "These are e. ^ JAKHS J BBAOOOCIC y owm jBMsue chess •V SONCY A SCBiRMAN Odicttta by CS. Kippini, HolU m5nim,t9lMa, Oct. 11. HJ4 to I.E. II44CI C^•u tditei oi tha Pittlburon Sun from wham ouf OfOMami eri9lntlM. RJLFLR DOSB jf] u n riMB '>: • :: :i... S fwm ^' • '*Tr'|:^H • • • • WHITE MATES IN TWO (Solution aalow I OPHMBD Can you find t !•• 10 fiveiHter words in th foUowiiw Sportiword' No proper neuni or plural mdingi PENALTY l**^! •iU isuaj • "^n WW *mu -MidV autid 'fiimj '•^d |7d |iaj FUUTIMEJ08 TIUUNINCmOM AnutTTIMEJOB. SPRIOi FORKING IT OUT Henderson Home News and Boulder City News Thiirartav. February 8.1I7S Dear Mr. Thompson: In your column you printed a letter from someone asking about the claims and value of executive counseling firms. The letter stated that the firm "helps develop interview leads for 10 years after placement was achieved, without additional charges, in addition to developing initial interview leads." I would appreciate it if you could supply the name of firms performing this service. I am aware of firms where the client does all of the work in establishing interview leads, but I got the impression that the firm referred to operated differently. J. S. Dear J: The key word is "helps'* (develop interview leads), which, by the way. is one of the least important functions of a OU Vegas PWkSale Phnned Directors of Old Tucson Corp., whose subsidiary operates the Old Vegas theme park in Henderson, said Monday they have agreed in principal to sell a controlling interest in the company to a Los Angeles television producer and a Mexican industrialist. Butt Sugarman of Los Angeles and Gabriel Alarcon Jr. of Mexico City have agreed to buy one million shares of Old Tucson common stock for $2.5 million, the company said. The agreement also grants Sugarman and Alarcon an option to buy an additional 500,000 Old Tucson common shares for SI.250,000. • In a separate agreenient, Johnny Mitchell, a principal share holder of Old Tucson, has agreed in principal to "transfer to Sugarman and Alarcon in excess of 100.000 shares" of OldTucson common and. to establish a voting trust to assure the two men receive voting control of more than SO percent of the company's outstanding common stock. The company's capitalization authorizes 10 million common shares, of which 898,770 are issued. f rtAaiT.. >|k40KIN6, N4U.9ina or o^aR-crrwa.. fyC3MU9i$r Sursr you 4iMVinm 54Mr onta* Tkcf\*iT4, s\tm 44 r>eii*ui6 K M)r cv^ ot tTA wMtNtyf>w F-MP TOUCSSL* Aaovrr TO u<4rr Or 0K aTC RASCO EVDMWS 119:00 F MlBe tin m* career counseling firm. You can develop all the leads you need without professional help if you're willing to hustle. 1 can't provide a list of firms for you, but if you're interested in a career manager look in your yellow pages under "Employment Services" or "Employment Counseling" or"Executive Counseling" or, in some cities, "Employment Preparation". Dear Mel: Here is a true story that will quiet your lady readers who daim ttiey get treated unfairly when applying for a man's job. One month ago 1 placed the following clasaified ad in our local paper under Situations Wanted: "Very sharp young man. B.S. degree in marketing, desires position with a future. Single, outgoing, and free to travel. Reply to Boa*-" So far I have had one response from a real estate broker. Two weeks ago 1 ran the identical ad again, only this time I added two letters, "W" and "0", on the front of the word "man". So far I have had forty-three responses and the mail is still coming in. Need 1 say more? If I could afford it 1 would have a sex-change operation. M.B. Dear M: Your point is well taken. Ironically enough though, women job seekers would be quick to condemn female favoritism. Like you. they want to be hired without regard to their sex. Mel Thompson's book Why Should I Hire You? is now available in paperback at bookstores. Send your job related questions to Mel Thompson. Eli Djeddah Associates, 525 B St., San Diego, Ca. 92101. JUTS wax The State Farm [MCkiMAKEH. can find you a match for life. State Farm Matchmaker Service is free. And so simple. You tell us a little about yourself, your family, your goals. We feed this information to our computer and in a matter of seconds it prints out a State Farm life insurance program that matches your needs. One you can live with. See or call: H. DAN TAYLOR MS. AGENa, MC g tS W. Lake Mead Dr., Hend. us. Ph. 565-9743 Res Ph. 458-3571 IrATTFARM LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Home Office: Bloomington. Illinois FOUR SEASON CLEANERS SPECIAL 3 Skirts Drydeaned for the Price of 2 (GOOD THRU FB. 25TH) m SUBK OR IfATMEn (GOOD ONIT WITH MENTION OF AD WHEN PUONS OIMII Sanilone. HOURS: 7 6 MON-FRI8 4 SAT. 101 Atlantic Hda llll (35 Yrs. ExperietKs) ((< Jll PHONE 56541 li^^ MAGNIFICENT HOMES OVERLOOKING THE VEGAS VALLEY ^3&4 BQ)RO0MS CUSTOM FEATURES ttiCLUOED IN PURCHASE PRICE: • Wall-to-wall carpeting throughout #Forced Air Heat • Sodded Front Yards #G.E. Electric Range^Air Conditioning #G.E. Dishwasher • Beautiful Hardwood Kitchen Cabinets # Insulated Walls and-Ceilings # Smoke Alarm • Garbage Disposal #Spacious 2-Car Garage •T.V. Outlet • All Utilities Underground •Vinyl Entry ^Stainless Steel Sinks • Sewer System 0 Ceramic Tile in Tub ^ Shower • Street Lights • Concrete Drives andWalks ^ Moen Single Lever Valves HffiUIB, OIWFGS ft TU ROOFS IK STMKMRO IN All HOMES f/?OM54,M0 fHA, VA MHO OONVeffnORALmANONQ m PALO VEROE DRiVB. ACROSS FROM BASIC HIQH SCHOOL ym L^i \\ h. I -pi4i We're Coming 60ULDCR CITV RACOUET BALL CLUB Questfon: What is it? Answer: A racquet health dub & sports cenlBf for Ihe whole faniy right here In Boulder City QufStlMi: Can I afford to join? Answer: yes, membership dues are most reasonable anyone can join. Proposed Athletic Facilities include: • MASSAGE SERVICE (infra-red treatment). • 1 GLASS WALL COURT (for viewing and tournaments). • RACQUET BALL COURTS • COMPLETE PRO SHOP • HAND BAIL • HEALTH FOOD BAR • JACUZZIS • LADIES WEIGHT & EXERCISE ROOM ^ • MEN'S WEIGHT b EXERCISE ROOM • STEAMS • SAUNAS oBABYSIHIN Please send in this coupon and you wl be -placed on our maing list for the CUb's Newsletler and for forther information. • Yitf suggsstons and ideas wi be most wetcoine... Ks going to be yar dub. The iM> nil be conveniently bcaled ii Boidder Qty 6 a short dme fnm Hendersoa Name Address. Jel City. MAIUNG ADDRESS CUP &MAIL COUPON M| Boulder City Racquet Ball Oub P.O. BOX 694 BOULDER CITY, NEV. WOBJ PHYSICAL CONOmONING CBtmS J HAVE SffARATE FACIUnSS mmiawoMBi

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    Henderson Home News and Boulder City Neyn 22 Safeway Double Ifcihie Giupoiis*and Beef Chuck Roust! *With thtM coupons, Safoway will givo you Twko tho Savings offoro ^n l|B a 1^^ •<<<• • Mix* al lM Mn> ;U |1Q^ \t' M.n^.i.. ..< .W.> Cr'T. IL Ucliala lii nm i. C^ntwi t c^l I ^^ 1^ T.ki x< Ml M mm wipMi M> MB • mmf wmikmim j i-> trj r.-* • • m r>g.afg.a;?.a&.'..-> ^ SAFEWAY COUPON DOUBLE VALUE COUPON ::li lb I*) •KMri •*• lw •< l^ (MM .,1 • I" .. *.-'• .:i| SAFEWAY COUPON I I I l(> 'ill 1 -!l :jl .: Ip Hnw )* ii<>vM II I*'* .::) I '^ tl n hiii i III • mil, Cipi iim 4 '^1 I •' Tatocn ha^ixn ,| I I DOUBLE VALUE COUPON ^-: ft** ltT H( I* iMtw^-'i' "1 DOUBLE VALUE COUPON •13 "**^ s^^w^oy Piat •• TTt^i Caaf w> at jK faa4tIIW*wrbU* V*t 'Lj NaKtfa*a a4 ftawWa* C**v IP Wa.a4a • I tWv F* 11 itn ':i tt^ mmm4 *m M'M af Ida 0NI 1^' Takona Pv^acfi ^r.;: • • :l2I ; • ;:;r;&. • iV ji i f jj ?.g.a-^xv;\^&.-.i Mt> C.i, • • -I f..?.a?.;?.nja;ft.'.A jJl Ip Wii H i >M !••.• II Itn Jv litl..*!.* n..a Milt PrWxta. Klnx Tissues Tomato Soup fopor Towob Sclctn Calrfarnia • • c*pi Wo (>M(* an^ Imptrial CauntiM (Ul). an^ tooo >•^4 44 J35 t 14)000 J4J l '0 roTu l4 7J5 77 7 11 Look Who's Winning! TNERISSA REED las Vtflos '10OO WINNII SANMA EDIT Lot Vofos MOO 4m*94 w44% wiN bo pos*o4 m oM pm*n]^*w^ i*fo and any M MllUnOi4IOTMMC TO lUY! JESSmVIIT Los Vtfos MOO WlWItt XSSEHUIIT Lot VtflM MOO WIMKR Safeway Health & Beauty Aids Plus More! jk Baby Shampoo n Johnsons OtfOO HI Includes 25< Off Label. ^^tM6^uiKV • ^^ ^ ^^^^ SetHe I TyUiiol I j^ KififfflM Tablets A^ liivlops ^ UeS.DeAo Choice Bge| Chucls RodH Blade Cut SaFoy lF laottt and StMkt arc dwoyt cut fram USOA CMf IMI. Thit y ada it awardad by iin|Mrtial fvrnmnl |radart wlw ar rtt* rw •ipartt in HM gradinf fiald. (CHOICE) Bulk Beef Sale! Beef Short Loin WIMMISDA. OWK* IMI Wn C (II M >l-lb Siitl Indu^M: T-M "^ S)kt and tartcfhavM SIMIIII k' 2" Boneless Shoulder Wtwi4( S 0 A OMtn IMI CIIIKII S fl 73 (Crm lib) Imtw^ti; iMth SlMb • (ft* ll-lb. S M" V6BI otSaKS tun & Tender Ib 2 S3USdQ6 BrowTiServe n^ 1 Salmon Roast S;K ,*2*^ Calf Liver.o.^'^ DtlrsstMl SIM '1 Fine Vine% and Liquors ^kt f4f*
  • plruit Jwk* 44-i 59 Dolorgoiil I 7S-Ul*f *z^ 7M-ml V So9rom't V.O. i^ tkth—f • ; • -. RIock Volvot Z CunudmnWtHiki CkobRt WINO ^^ s> C1M ^^T I s-ut*. A hhti 'r Tswiiy Port Hwl< S^H S)N 750-ml More Specials! Beverages (>ao^^f^^^ *• '5* jjcama A 35* £[^r^ Far Cabin, aad, 49^ Red RaCliSheS 2kunehM39* 6^(futii^^Mt!eat\ SAFEWAY Safeway Garden Shop Buytl Mumt 1349 lalwdM 0)wii> TKwit., Mtw tva Ill lrlnbwMf>i CiWiiiiit ilMaft CMknm tan Otafa MMi Im^oal CawMiai Mat bi latail OwanMiat (Mir* By Mrs. Douglas CREOLE GUMBO If uythinf brlnfi UM flavor of Mtrdi Gras tima to me, iti this delicioufl Creole gumlM. You cu uee I full pound or • half pound of shrimp (depaa> ding on your pockctbookl and still get the ftme tailtoiizing flavor and aroma. To serve six, you'U need V* cup oil 1 Ib. okra, fresh or freiaii sliced Vt cup flour 1 green pepper, finely rauiced 1 medium onion, fiaely minced '^ 3 scallions. finely minead 1 celery rib, finely minced 1 16-oz. con whole tomatoes 1 S^z. can tomato pasta" 1 ck)ve garlic, finely minced 1 bay leaf 1 sprig thyme Salt and pepper to tas^, '/t to 1 Ib. shrimps, peeled, deveined and washed Refrigerate shrimps ua-' til ready to use. Heat f tablespoons of the oU in s pan large enough to hold the okra. Saute the okra for 7 minutes. Set aside. In a large pot. mil the ramaimng oil, add the flour, and 9tir over medium heat for 6 minutes. Add the vegetables, canned tomatoes, tomato paste, garUc and other seasonings. Stir well and saute for 5 minutes. Add the water slowly until well blended, stirring all the while. Add the okra. Cook on low flame for 48 minutes. Add the shrimp. Cook 15 minutes k>nger. Serve ovn rice. Lough i^ut "These are e. ^ JAKHS J BBAOOOCIC y owm jBMsue chess •V SONCY A SCBiRMAN Odicttta by CS. Kippini, HolU m5nim,t9lMa, Oct. 11. HJ4 to I.E. II44CI C^•u tditei oi tha Pittlburon Sun from wham ouf OfOMami eri9lntlM. RJLFLR DOSB jf] u n riMB '>: • :: :i... S fwm ^' • '*Tr'|:^H • • • • WHITE MATES IN TWO (Solution aalow I OPHMBD Can you find t !•• 10 fiveiHter words in th foUowiiw Sportiword' No proper neuni or plural mdingi PENALTY l**^! •iU isuaj • "^n WW *mu -MidV autid 'fiimj '•^d |7d |iaj FUUTIMEJ08 TIUUNINCmOM AnutTTIMEJOB. SPRIOi FORKING IT OUT Henderson Home News and Boulder City News Thiirartav. February 8.1I7S Dear Mr. Thompson: In your column you printed a letter from someone asking about the claims and value of executive counseling firms. The letter stated that the firm "helps develop interview leads for 10 years after placement was achieved, without additional charges, in addition to developing initial interview leads." I would appreciate it if you could supply the name of firms performing this service. I am aware of firms where the client does all of the work in establishing interview leads, but I got the impression that the firm referred to operated differently. J. S. Dear J: The key word is "helps'* (develop interview leads), which, by the way. is one of the least important functions of a OU Vegas PWkSale Phnned Directors of Old Tucson Corp., whose subsidiary operates the Old Vegas theme park in Henderson, said Monday they have agreed in principal to sell a controlling interest in the company to a Los Angeles television producer and a Mexican industrialist. Butt Sugarman of Los Angeles and Gabriel Alarcon Jr. of Mexico City have agreed to buy one million shares of Old Tucson common stock for $2.5 million, the company said. The agreement also grants Sugarman and Alarcon an option to buy an additional 500,000 Old Tucson common shares for SI.250,000. • In a separate agreenient, Johnny Mitchell, a principal share holder of Old Tucson, has agreed in principal to "transfer to Sugarman and Alarcon in excess of 100.000 shares" of OldTucson common and. to establish a voting trust to assure the two men receive voting control of more than SO percent of the company's outstanding common stock. The company's capitalization authorizes 10 million common shares, of which 898,770 are issued. f rtAaiT.. >|k40KIN6, N4U.9ina or o^aR-crrwa.. fyC3MU9i$r Sursr you 4iMVinm 54Mr onta* Tkcf\*iT4, s\tm 44 r>eii*ui6 K M)r cv^ ot tTA wMtNtyf>w F-MP TOUCSSL* Aaovrr TO u<4rr Or 0K aTC RASCO EVDMWS 119:00 F MlBe tin m* career counseling firm. You can develop all the leads you need without professional help if you're willing to hustle. 1 can't provide a list of firms for you, but if you're interested in a career manager look in your yellow pages under "Employment Services" or "Employment Counseling" or"Executive Counseling" or, in some cities, "Employment Preparation". Dear Mel: Here is a true story that will quiet your lady readers who daim ttiey get treated unfairly when applying for a man's job. One month ago 1 placed the following clasaified ad in our local paper under Situations Wanted: "Very sharp young man. B.S. degree in marketing, desires position with a future. Single, outgoing, and free to travel. Reply to Boa*-" So far I have had one response from a real estate broker. Two weeks ago 1 ran the identical ad again, only this time I added two letters, "W" and "0", on the front of the word "man". So far I have had forty-three responses and the mail is still coming in. Need 1 say more? If I could afford it 1 would have a sex-change operation. M.B. Dear M: Your point is well taken. Ironically enough though, women job seekers would be quick to condemn female favoritism. Like you. they want to be hired without regard to their sex. Mel Thompson's book Why Should I Hire You? is now available in paperback at bookstores. Send your job related questions to Mel Thompson. Eli Djeddah Associates, 525 B St., San Diego, Ca. 92101. JUTS wax The State Farm [MCkiMAKEH. can find you a match for life. State Farm Matchmaker Service is free. And so simple. You tell us a little about yourself, your family, your goals. We feed this information to our computer and in a matter of seconds it prints out a State Farm life insurance program that matches your needs. One you can live with. See or call: H. DAN TAYLOR MS. AGENa, MC g tS W. Lake Mead Dr., Hend. us. Ph. 565-9743 Res Ph. 458-3571 IrATTFARM LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Home Office: Bloomington. Illinois FOUR SEASON CLEANERS SPECIAL 3 Skirts Drydeaned for the Price of 2 (GOOD THRU FB. 25TH) m SUBK OR IfATMEn (GOOD ONIT WITH MENTION OF AD WHEN PUONS OIMII Sanilone. HOURS: 7 6 MON-FRI8 4 SAT. 101 Atlantic Hda llll (35 Yrs. ExperietKs) ((< Jll PHONE 56541 li^^ MAGNIFICENT HOMES OVERLOOKING THE VEGAS VALLEY ^3&4 BQ)RO0MS CUSTOM FEATURES ttiCLUOED IN PURCHASE PRICE: • Wall-to-wall carpeting throughout #Forced Air Heat • Sodded Front Yards #G.E. Electric Range^Air Conditioning #G.E. Dishwasher • Beautiful Hardwood Kitchen Cabinets # Insulated Walls and-Ceilings # Smoke Alarm • Garbage Disposal #Spacious 2-Car Garage •T.V. Outlet • All Utilities Underground •Vinyl Entry ^Stainless Steel Sinks • Sewer System 0 Ceramic Tile in Tub ^ Shower • Street Lights • Concrete Drives andWalks ^ Moen Single Lever Valves HffiUIB, OIWFGS ft TU ROOFS IK STMKMRO IN All HOMES f/?OM54,M0 fHA, VA MHO OONVeffnORALmANONQ m PALO VEROE DRiVB. ACROSS FROM BASIC HIQH SCHOOL ym L^i \\ h. I -pi4i We're Coming 60ULDCR CITV RACOUET BALL CLUB Questfon: What is it? Answer: A racquet health dub & sports cenlBf for Ihe whole faniy right here In Boulder City QufStlMi: Can I afford to join? Answer: yes, membership dues are most reasonable anyone can join. Proposed Athletic Facilities include: • MASSAGE SERVICE (infra-red treatment). • 1 GLASS WALL COURT (for viewing and tournaments). • RACQUET BALL COURTS • COMPLETE PRO SHOP • HAND BAIL • HEALTH FOOD BAR • JACUZZIS • LADIES WEIGHT & EXERCISE ROOM ^ • MEN'S WEIGHT b EXERCISE ROOM • STEAMS • SAUNAS oBABYSIHIN Please send in this coupon and you wl be -placed on our maing list for the CUb's Newsletler and for forther information. • Yitf suggsstons and ideas wi be most wetcoine... Ks going to be yar dub. The iM> nil be conveniently bcaled ii Boidder Qty 6 a short dme fnm Hendersoa Name Address. Jel City. MAIUNG ADDRESS CUP &MAIL COUPON M| Boulder City Racquet Ball Oub P.O. BOX 694 BOULDER CITY, NEV. WOBJ PHYSICAL CONOmONING CBtmS J HAVE SffARATE FACIUnSS mmiawoMBi

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    Henderson Home News and Boulder City News CHARLOLTTE NYE-Owner and Proprietor of the Hrtchin' Post Motel,805 Nevada Highway in Boulder City, pbses "pretty"-for the "Action People" camera! Representing the motel business and the motels seen on Nevada Highway in the ultra-charming town of Boulder City, possibly Charlotte is one of the very few honored persons written in this column who is a native of Las Vegas. Mrs. Nye embarked on the motel business in July of 1975 and together with her husband. Herb, moved to TBoulder City in February, 1976. "Herb heard of the Hitchin" Post and the Chevron station adjacent to it and bought the duel business. I am most happy that he did," Charlotte informed us, "since I love the motel business, enjoy the people I meet, and Herb is happy in running the station! • • Charlotte was speaking of Herb's Chevron Service Station on the comer of Fifth and Nevada Highway. Mr. Nye is very experienced and worked for ten years in the business in Henderson where the couple previously resided. Charlotte mentioned that she is on the "alert" at all times since this type of business is a twenty-four hour schedule. Her working day varies but she is usually up at 7 a.m. ending up-at "heaven knows when" as she describes it. This is her fifst experience but she is falling into the motel trade like a real "pro!" Bom in a Las Vegas hospital, Charlotte resided in Boulder City with parents, Charles and Ruth Messner. Her father was caught up in World War II and Charlotte and her mother moved to Reno, Nevada to w|it out the war with her maternal grandparents. Daring the war her sister. PriIJa, joined the family ranks. When her father returned after the w^r the family lived in Heriong, California where Charlotte attended elementary and high scbool. She completed her high school training at Basic High when the family settled in Henderson. From there it was on to Central Telephone Company (formerly Southern Nevada Telephone) where the young girl worked until her first marriage which ultimately came to an end. The union produced three lovely children: Patrick Age 17; Erin Kathleen Age 15; and Darren Age 14. Chariotte was employed by Continental Telphone in Henderson and soon after met Herbert Nye. The Thursday, February 8,1979 couple fell in love and were married, joining famuies, in 1970. From then until 1975 Charlotte's main jiterests were those of wife and homemaker. "I was a bit frightened at first when I started into the motel business," the lovely lady mentioned, "but after the first six months. I began to feel like I had always been in this trade. I would like to give thanks to the former proprietors, Al and Ingrid Bomhoft of Las Vegas, for their constant help and advice when we started out. They were owners for twenty years and they made things seem so easy for me." Charlotte Nye has a sparkling personality with brown eyes and taffy colored hair. She laughingly describes herself as "the Ann ianders of Nevada Highway -and feels the Hitchin* Post should in all justification be renamed "Heartbreak Motel" since she takes more than just passing interest in her tenants but often finds herself playing the wle of: adviser, psychiatrist, or a loveiom columnist-and sometimes calls on Herb for the man's point of view. There are eight units to the Hitchin' Post which allows Charlotte to do her own once-a-week cleaning. The family lives in acute English style two story house in the front.Four of the units are kitchenettes and Mrs. Nye often installs a portable unit for residents of the non-kitchen units. Some units are occupied by long-term residents since the Nyes are very well liked. Sports and hobbies are: boating, fishing, swimming, reading, camping trips in the motor home with the family, crocheting, and decor, clubs are: the Chamber of Commerce of Boulder City, and the Rotary Ann's of the Boulder City Rotary Club where Herb is a popular member. Charlotte Nye who takes a personal and helpful interest in the people who occupy her units applies a direct philosophy to-her daily living:" "A smile is so much easier on the giver as well as the receiver-then a frown. Kindness and simple courtesy goes a long, long way and brings happiness to everyone around you. I believe we should all attempt to do the very best we can with what we have!" 1979 Miss Nevada Teen USA Pageant Young ladies of this area are invited to enter the Miss Nevada Teen USA Pageant to be held August 10. II and 12 at the Pioneer Inn and Auditorium. This Nevada Pageant is the Official State Preliminary for the Miss Teen USA Pageant to be held in Albuquerque, New Mexico in November of 1979. Contestants wiH be judged on scholastic achievements, civic involvement, beauty, poise, personality and a patriotic speech or talent. No swimsuit competition is involved. Contestants must be between the ages of 14 and 18 years as of November I. 1979. and each contestant must maintain "B" or better grade average from date of application through the Pageant date. The Miss Teen USA Pageant requires that each young lady participate in a VoliHiteer Service Program. This teaches teenagers to share and participate in community, school and church activities by contributing at least 12 hours of their time to some worthwhile civic organization. The Winner of the 1979 Miss Nevada Teen USA Pageant will receive an All-Expense Paid Trip to the National Finals in Albuquerque, New Mexico, a self-improvement course, a $500 Cash Scholarship to the school of her choice and other • prizes. Prizes awarded at the National Pageant include $15,000 in Scholarships, a 1979 Automobile for the reigning year. $2,000 in personal appearance contracts and a S2.000 wardrobe. Young ladies interested in participating in the 1979 Miss Nevada Teen USA Pageant may write for information to: Rick Lewis. State Director. P.O. Box 12940, Reno, NV 89510. Thank You, Rick J. Lewis Topics for Taxpayers Nevada Ranks Fht in Local Gov't Employees Page 24 By Ernest L. Newton Executive Vice Pres. Nevada Taxpayers Assoc. Nevada has more local government employees (per 10,000 of population); than any other state in the union. The figures come from the U.S. Department of Commerce and are for October of 1977. Based on a state populationof 633.000, Nevada had S76.9 state and local employees per 10.000 of population. State government employees were 167 (placing Nevada 22nd); local employees number 410 (placing Nevada first) and the combination placed Nevada third, behind Alaska and Wyoming. As might be expected, 41.64% of the state and local employees are in the field of education. The total number of state and local government employees was 36,518 and in October of 1977 it required $40.314,000., plus ^inge J)enefits, to pay their wages. That computes out to an average monthly wage of $1.104. for each employee. With the addition of sophisticated equipment, and the "economies of scale" one might expect that in the past eight years or so, the number of employees per 10,000 of population would be reduced. But such is not the case. As a matter of fact, in eight years the number of full-time equivalent employees in state and local government per 10.000 population has increased by ten percent. The payroll for those employees has increased by 41.32% during the same period. The problem, then, is one of declining productivity and increasing costs. It seems to take more people, doing less and being paid more, to get the same or similar results. The question then arises, are the results goodf College admissions officers and initial employers insist that young people are entering the c olle^es and the job market incompetent in the basic fields. We are told that high school graduates cannot read, write or do simple computations accurately. One (rf the most obvious failings is penmanship; Perhaps it is time Ao re-invent the Palmer method. Maybe we have missed the boat by placing feo much emphasis on skills of typing and pocloct calculators and neglected the teaching of the tests'of reasonableness that enable people to spot errors. It doesn't do mucti good to teach youngsters "how to live" unlqis they have the ability Jo "make a living". :: mm Thursday, Pebruarv 8.1970 I | Thursday, I History • By Teddy Fenton Way back in 1936, Oct. 13 to be exact, Charles A. Richey, then superintendent of the National Park Serivce'i Lake Mead National Recreational Area, called attention to the fact that a historical milestone had just been Henderson Home News and Boulder City News reached...He announced that It was 25 years after the Oct. 13, 1936 birth of the park being established that surrounded the western hemisphere's highest dam and largest man made reservoir. The Many Homeaof National Park Service A discussion has 4aken BENNY'S FLOOR COVERING & INnRIORS "WE DO IT ALL-WALL TO WALL" "Since 1966" WOOD HOOR t mum DRAPES t WOVEN WOODS — CUSTOM SHADESCARPET CERAMK TiU t WAUPAPER place more than once that a pictorial history of the superintendents and the several headquarters of our park service since its inception be featured as well. The News has no official record of the first official headquarters. By the time records could be brought to light we know the old Boulder City Hospital became offices as well as a museum and a dandy museum at that. Who among us who were raising our children in youthful Boulder City didn't have a brief encounter with a varmint captured by one of our kids out on the desert. No harm done! Park Service rangers would offer a refuge and more than once the child would be pictured in the Boulder City News with his or her little cajMive. Later the Park Service rangers would give the critter Its freedom on the desert again. Once upon a time the office of Park Service occupied floor space in the basement of the Reclamation bidg. Then again, it moved to the Camp Williston Hospital quarters when that facility was closed down by the army. Once again a museum was featured and our little tots just naturally kept presenting the rangers with critters from the desert. Untold millions have enjoyed visiting the damsite, have joined in camping, boating, fishing, swimming, watching the film at the Visitor's Center (named after the honorable Alan Bible) and no where on earth is there a 4nd oyr present superwork force to protect the 'ntendent, Jerry Wfgffs, life and welfare of its people that can surp^^s the lake Mead Nstiont* Park Service rangers. Tbe Superiotendetta Down Thru tbe Yean Guy Edwsrds was to head the newly formed park service, than came George Baggley. Chuck Richey. Roger Allin, Glenn Bean, Bill Briggle • The Newf hfs expressed the desire, mny times, to do | story of the 42 years that the National Park Service have served our area. It Is impossible to find words strong enough to express the appreciation • ogr community feels towards a really outstanding group of people.the influence on Boukjer .^^-i.,S~ 151-2275 MON THRU SAT. OPEN 9 AM-5 PM 54000 BLDR. HWY.. LAS VEGAS FOR APPT. AFTER-HOURS: L.^, r PH. 451-2275 TR^'^ Home Owner Loans AUIO'EQUIPMfNT-BUSINESS ^2,500i*tito ^25,000(.r > NO BROKER FEES TO MAKE A LOAN NEVADA FIRST THR/FT HENDERSON ""'^S^"" 4iSLUSMi aaasiaa Whether they were Brave Souls or true Bridge Fanatics, 20 players came to the Boulder City Hospital last Wednesday. 31 •January, in a freak snow storm which deposited 6 inches of snow on the town. North-South winners were: 1st Place Alice Hamilton and John Milburn, 2nd Place Sherri Bramble and Wavne Russell and tied f0747 • •^WP .i-i our community grows stronger with each passing year. The Chuck Richey Awyrd stands for the best m#n h#s to give. The late Mr. Richey was an example to all men. Everyone will agree that every one of the seven superintendents who have headc(| the National Park Service in our area have (Jone 9 wonderful service to our community and to the surrounding area. The archives contain some unforgettable slides of our early Park Service days. One wonders if the Park Service might organize a show of those slides? I wonder if the public attendance would make it worthwhile? Hee How!! Liniment in Urg doses will be the ralllif some hearty local rej^ dents when "Bob Crosby brings his r*9l live donkeys to town for a Donkey Basketball Show The event will be sponsored by t hr VarSily Cheerleaders and srill be held at the Boulder City High School Gyipnasium starting time 7:00 p.m. Feb 7 with the Boulder City Jaycccs vs.~ BCHS Faculty in the first game followed by a game pitting .{^^c Checrlcadrr's against Lettermans Club. All four teams hjye been training extensively for this monumental event. Team coaches want to be ready physically and mentally and rumor has it that expert rodeo riders have l)een contacted on their expertise in riding. '"f • Adults AJv. $1.50, Door $2.00, Students Adv. $1.25, Door $1.75,Pre school-Free. rSPORTS -I from the I. presflM>x I U • no LAKILAMO | NICKLAUS FLANS FEWER TOURNEYS Jack Nirklsun wUJ be pitying less golf and quite probably enjoying it, more this year. And tKis re slricted schedule of only about • dorcn worlc^ide events, wilj rontingc into the foreseeable future. The greatest golfer th world has ever known is going into something approaching a semirelirf ment. Hi.s appearances in regular Professional Golfv'; cr Association touring events, which have beta'; less and less frequenl tB\ recent years. wiU beeoBHB.i even rarer But he i nn'i^ quitting Not at all. HiSS be there for the big oiuiif^ "I plan to play golf f(iff~ long time yet," said Jack. who is approaching }m 39th birthday and appears tnbeingreatphysicalt*!!djtion. t • • Muhammad All in ^M^ don admitted that thart tVS no need for him to co tinue fightmg. >AU "It's time for am out. I hen eiimp thrtt time* ai there it no need fw mettr^ keapfifhtiBf Thechtm. picn. who performed it a chtrity concert held a praaa confermcc hi feaat^i •f more thtn 100 ItaAuk Khool children He "I thought my pur life was to be world < pion. But I ae was not the case was just a pUtform peopliknowwboUmi oin tfrt^ the word a^' Allah All Uwn MoppMi^ traffic in caatrai LondtNT at h left th movia hovat. • whare ha mat the chiMrm. ^41^^).. I ^ • (. • J.^^

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    Henderson Home News and Boulder City News CHARLOLTTE NYE-Owner and Proprietor of the Hrtchin' Post Motel,805 Nevada Highway in Boulder City, pbses "pretty"-for the "Action People" camera! Representing the motel business and the motels seen on Nevada Highway in the ultra-charming town of Boulder City, possibly Charlotte is one of the very few honored persons written in this column who is a native of Las Vegas. Mrs. Nye embarked on the motel business in July of 1975 and together with her husband. Herb, moved to TBoulder City in February, 1976. "Herb heard of the Hitchin" Post and the Chevron station adjacent to it and bought the duel business. I am most happy that he did," Charlotte informed us, "since I love the motel business, enjoy the people I meet, and Herb is happy in running the station! • • Charlotte was speaking of Herb's Chevron Service Station on the comer of Fifth and Nevada Highway. Mr. Nye is very experienced and worked for ten years in the business in Henderson where the couple previously resided. Charlotte mentioned that she is on the "alert" at all times since this type of business is a twenty-four hour schedule. Her working day varies but she is usually up at 7 a.m. ending up-at "heaven knows when" as she describes it. This is her fifst experience but she is falling into the motel trade like a real "pro!" Bom in a Las Vegas hospital, Charlotte resided in Boulder City with parents, Charles and Ruth Messner. Her father was caught up in World War II and Charlotte and her mother moved to Reno, Nevada to w|it out the war with her maternal grandparents. Daring the war her sister. PriIJa, joined the family ranks. When her father returned after the w^r the family lived in Heriong, California where Charlotte attended elementary and high scbool. She completed her high school training at Basic High when the family settled in Henderson. From there it was on to Central Telephone Company (formerly Southern Nevada Telephone) where the young girl worked until her first marriage which ultimately came to an end. The union produced three lovely children: Patrick Age 17; Erin Kathleen Age 15; and Darren Age 14. Chariotte was employed by Continental Telphone in Henderson and soon after met Herbert Nye. The Thursday, February 8,1979 couple fell in love and were married, joining famuies, in 1970. From then until 1975 Charlotte's main jiterests were those of wife and homemaker. "I was a bit frightened at first when I started into the motel business," the lovely lady mentioned, "but after the first six months. I began to feel like I had always been in this trade. I would like to give thanks to the former proprietors, Al and Ingrid Bomhoft of Las Vegas, for their constant help and advice when we started out. They were owners for twenty years and they made things seem so easy for me." Charlotte Nye has a sparkling personality with brown eyes and taffy colored hair. She laughingly describes herself as "the Ann ianders of Nevada Highway -and feels the Hitchin* Post should in all justification be renamed "Heartbreak Motel" since she takes more than just passing interest in her tenants but often finds herself playing the wle of: adviser, psychiatrist, or a loveiom columnist-and sometimes calls on Herb for the man's point of view. There are eight units to the Hitchin' Post which allows Charlotte to do her own once-a-week cleaning. The family lives in acute English style two story house in the front.Four of the units are kitchenettes and Mrs. Nye often installs a portable unit for residents of the non-kitchen units. Some units are occupied by long-term residents since the Nyes are very well liked. Sports and hobbies are: boating, fishing, swimming, reading, camping trips in the motor home with the family, crocheting, and decor, clubs are: the Chamber of Commerce of Boulder City, and the Rotary Ann's of the Boulder City Rotary Club where Herb is a popular member. Charlotte Nye who takes a personal and helpful interest in the people who occupy her units applies a direct philosophy to-her daily living:" "A smile is so much easier on the giver as well as the receiver-then a frown. Kindness and simple courtesy goes a long, long way and brings happiness to everyone around you. I believe we should all attempt to do the very best we can with what we have!" 1979 Miss Nevada Teen USA Pageant Young ladies of this area are invited to enter the Miss Nevada Teen USA Pageant to be held August 10. II and 12 at the Pioneer Inn and Auditorium. This Nevada Pageant is the Official State Preliminary for the Miss Teen USA Pageant to be held in Albuquerque, New Mexico in November of 1979. Contestants wiH be judged on scholastic achievements, civic involvement, beauty, poise, personality and a patriotic speech or talent. No swimsuit competition is involved. Contestants must be between the ages of 14 and 18 years as of November I. 1979. and each contestant must maintain "B" or better grade average from date of application through the Pageant date. The Miss Teen USA Pageant requires that each young lady participate in a VoliHiteer Service Program. This teaches teenagers to share and participate in community, school and church activities by contributing at least 12 hours of their time to some worthwhile civic organization. The Winner of the 1979 Miss Nevada Teen USA Pageant will receive an All-Expense Paid Trip to the National Finals in Albuquerque, New Mexico, a self-improvement course, a $500 Cash Scholarship to the school of her choice and other • prizes. Prizes awarded at the National Pageant include $15,000 in Scholarships, a 1979 Automobile for the reigning year. $2,000 in personal appearance contracts and a S2.000 wardrobe. Young ladies interested in participating in the 1979 Miss Nevada Teen USA Pageant may write for information to: Rick Lewis. State Director. P.O. Box 12940, Reno, NV 89510. Thank You, Rick J. Lewis Topics for Taxpayers Nevada Ranks Fht in Local Gov't Employees Page 24 By Ernest L. Newton Executive Vice Pres. Nevada Taxpayers Assoc. Nevada has more local government employees (per 10,000 of population); than any other state in the union. The figures come from the U.S. Department of Commerce and are for October of 1977. Based on a state populationof 633.000, Nevada had S76.9 state and local employees per 10.000 of population. State government employees were 167 (placing Nevada 22nd); local employees number 410 (placing Nevada first) and the combination placed Nevada third, behind Alaska and Wyoming. As might be expected, 41.64% of the state and local employees are in the field of education. The total number of state and local government employees was 36,518 and in October of 1977 it required $40.314,000., plus ^inge J)enefits, to pay their wages. That computes out to an average monthly wage of $1.104. for each employee. With the addition of sophisticated equipment, and the "economies of scale" one might expect that in the past eight years or so, the number of employees per 10,000 of population would be reduced. But such is not the case. As a matter of fact, in eight years the number of full-time equivalent employees in state and local government per 10.000 population has increased by ten percent. The payroll for those employees has increased by 41.32% during the same period. The problem, then, is one of declining productivity and increasing costs. It seems to take more people, doing less and being paid more, to get the same or similar results. The question then arises, are the results goodf College admissions officers and initial employers insist that young people are entering the c olle^es and the job market incompetent in the basic fields. We are told that high school graduates cannot read, write or do simple computations accurately. One (rf the most obvious failings is penmanship; Perhaps it is time Ao re-invent the Palmer method. Maybe we have missed the boat by placing feo much emphasis on skills of typing and pocloct calculators and neglected the teaching of the tests'of reasonableness that enable people to spot errors. It doesn't do mucti good to teach youngsters "how to live" unlqis they have the ability Jo "make a living". :: mm Thursday, Pebruarv 8.1970 I | Thursday, I History • By Teddy Fenton Way back in 1936, Oct. 13 to be exact, Charles A. Richey, then superintendent of the National Park Serivce'i Lake Mead National Recreational Area, called attention to the fact that a historical milestone had just been Henderson Home News and Boulder City News reached...He announced that It was 25 years after the Oct. 13, 1936 birth of the park being established that surrounded the western hemisphere's highest dam and largest man made reservoir. The Many Homeaof National Park Service A discussion has 4aken BENNY'S FLOOR COVERING & INnRIORS "WE DO IT ALL-WALL TO WALL" "Since 1966" WOOD HOOR t mum DRAPES t WOVEN WOODS — CUSTOM SHADESCARPET CERAMK TiU t WAUPAPER place more than once that a pictorial history of the superintendents and the several headquarters of our park service since its inception be featured as well. The News has no official record of the first official headquarters. By the time records could be brought to light we know the old Boulder City Hospital became offices as well as a museum and a dandy museum at that. Who among us who were raising our children in youthful Boulder City didn't have a brief encounter with a varmint captured by one of our kids out on the desert. No harm done! Park Service rangers would offer a refuge and more than once the child would be pictured in the Boulder City News with his or her little cajMive. Later the Park Service rangers would give the critter Its freedom on the desert again. Once upon a time the office of Park Service occupied floor space in the basement of the Reclamation bidg. Then again, it moved to the Camp Williston Hospital quarters when that facility was closed down by the army. Once again a museum was featured and our little tots just naturally kept presenting the rangers with critters from the desert. Untold millions have enjoyed visiting the damsite, have joined in camping, boating, fishing, swimming, watching the film at the Visitor's Center (named after the honorable Alan Bible) and no where on earth is there a 4nd oyr present superwork force to protect the 'ntendent, Jerry Wfgffs, life and welfare of its people that can surp^^s the lake Mead Nstiont* Park Service rangers. Tbe Superiotendetta Down Thru tbe Yean Guy Edwsrds was to head the newly formed park service, than came George Baggley. Chuck Richey. Roger Allin, Glenn Bean, Bill Briggle • The Newf hfs expressed the desire, mny times, to do | story of the 42 years that the National Park Service have served our area. It Is impossible to find words strong enough to express the appreciation • ogr community feels towards a really outstanding group of people.the influence on Boukjer .^^-i.,S~ 151-2275 MON THRU SAT. OPEN 9 AM-5 PM 54000 BLDR. HWY.. LAS VEGAS FOR APPT. AFTER-HOURS: L.^, r PH. 451-2275 TR^'^ Home Owner Loans AUIO'EQUIPMfNT-BUSINESS ^2,500i*tito ^25,000(.r > NO BROKER FEES TO MAKE A LOAN NEVADA FIRST THR/FT HENDERSON ""'^S^"" 4iSLUSMi aaasiaa Whether they were Brave Souls or true Bridge Fanatics, 20 players came to the Boulder City Hospital last Wednesday. 31 •January, in a freak snow storm which deposited 6 inches of snow on the town. North-South winners were: 1st Place Alice Hamilton and John Milburn, 2nd Place Sherri Bramble and Wavne Russell and tied f0747 • •^WP .i-i our community grows stronger with each passing year. The Chuck Richey Awyrd stands for the best m#n h#s to give. The late Mr. Richey was an example to all men. Everyone will agree that every one of the seven superintendents who have headc(| the National Park Service in our area have (Jone 9 wonderful service to our community and to the surrounding area. The archives contain some unforgettable slides of our early Park Service days. One wonders if the Park Service might organize a show of those slides? I wonder if the public attendance would make it worthwhile? Hee How!! Liniment in Urg doses will be the ralllif some hearty local rej^ dents when "Bob Crosby brings his r*9l live donkeys to town for a Donkey Basketball Show The event will be sponsored by t hr VarSily Cheerleaders and srill be held at the Boulder City High School Gyipnasium starting time 7:00 p.m. Feb 7 with the Boulder City Jaycccs vs.~ BCHS Faculty in the first game followed by a game pitting .{^^c Checrlcadrr's against Lettermans Club. All four teams hjye been training extensively for this monumental event. Team coaches want to be ready physically and mentally and rumor has it that expert rodeo riders have l)een contacted on their expertise in riding. '"f • Adults AJv. $1.50, Door $2.00, Students Adv. $1.25, Door $1.75,Pre school-Free. rSPORTS -I from the I. presflM>x I U • no LAKILAMO | NICKLAUS FLANS FEWER TOURNEYS Jack Nirklsun wUJ be pitying less golf and quite probably enjoying it, more this year. And tKis re slricted schedule of only about • dorcn worlc^ide events, wilj rontingc into the foreseeable future. The greatest golfer th world has ever known is going into something approaching a semirelirf ment. Hi.s appearances in regular Professional Golfv'; cr Association touring events, which have beta'; less and less frequenl tB\ recent years. wiU beeoBHB.i even rarer But he i nn'i^ quitting Not at all. HiSS be there for the big oiuiif^ "I plan to play golf f(iff~ long time yet," said Jack. who is approaching }m 39th birthday and appears tnbeingreatphysicalt*!!djtion. t • • Muhammad All in ^M^ don admitted that thart tVS no need for him to co tinue fightmg. >AU "It's time for am out. I hen eiimp thrtt time* ai there it no need fw mettr^ keapfifhtiBf Thechtm. picn. who performed it a chtrity concert held a praaa confermcc hi feaat^i •f more thtn 100 ItaAuk Khool children He "I thought my pur life was to be world < pion. But I ae was not the case was just a pUtform peopliknowwboUmi oin tfrt^ the word a^' Allah All Uwn MoppMi^ traffic in caatrai LondtNT at h left th movia hovat. • whare ha mat the chiMrm. ^41^^).. I ^ • (. • J.^^

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    )2 Thursday, February 8.' 1979 >W'W • I •^^ • -i'' iu^-^-n 'jrWtUtmm, 1 COMPARE TOYOTA FEATURE FOR FEATURE YOU WOUTilW) : A BEHER VALUE. Quality Built! Operating Economy! Resale Value! Dependability! A ALL OUR NEW CARS AND TRUCKS ARE ON SALE NOW! \\ Henderson'Home News and Boulder City News Thursday, February 8,1979 up GET A FAST-START DEAL ON A NEW TOYOTA NOW!! See the Dealin'est Dealers In Las Vega$: ED FOUNTAIN MTRS. 3175 EAST SAHARA • PH. 457-0333 SERVICE: MM. tkni Sat SAUS: MM. Ihni Fri. tm^m IMmfkMrm SailaatoTpa TOYOTA WEST 2025 SOUTH DECATUR • PH. 8704066 CAgT SAMARA GET YOUR HANDS ON A TOYOTA—YOU'LL NEVER LET GO! SORENSIN'S SEWING CENTER fMAvtC.. Boulder City. Ncvadi 2M-3770 I SdM A fMVw.ieMye| COUPON BOULDER FEED Hay, grain & supplies Ig. and sm. animal feeds, SPECIAL! CARNATION DOG^ FOOD 50 IBS. $9.25 Hrs. Mon-Wed-Fri-SaL 5 pm 7 pm Will deliver in B.C. — Located at B.C. Horse Corrals 52 Hualapi Road 293-45S4 • COUPON.j^-j LAMm &/lsociate,9Ke. SPECIALIZING INT TAX PREPARATION, PLANNING b AUDITS MANAGEMENT CONSULTING & ELECTRIPAL DATA PROCESSING ACCOUNTING & BOOKKQPING Come in and get Free audit senice on al tu fbniis we prepare. Audit on otfier returns at ixmriif rate. HOUR: Mon Fri 9 am. to 9 pjn. Sat • SuL 9 aja to 6 pim. Home Appointmonls avafeUB. — Fees start at i% based on complexjiy of returns. 1497 Nevada Highway Boulder Gty, Nv. 293-2891 (UFSTAnSNTW • Maboi oir OF COMMBICE eUlONG) or Qisn Oiseoiiii • r*5.00 TJib Goupm Is Good fa iuJO Off • 5'00| The Preparation of Any Tax Return II mif omi I tA£titm9dl{Mcbiu.9tiL ^fwrei I 1497 Nevada Highway Boiider CMy, Nv. ^^"E""" | 1^5.00 ^ ^2691 VSA-HUSTEKHMBEACCffra) I^Qol ROBIN RAGAN (and Fang) • Boulder City Junior and Senior High School Student. I enjoy television because it gives me a chance to come home, relax and watch movies and stories. I also find reading books interesting but it cannot compare with television viewing for relaxation. ERIN DUTY (with Cock-A-Dachs "Fang") Boulder City Junior and Senior High School Student • Usually I'm too busy to watch television and I enjoy reading novels with my spare time. I believe that reading takes us into the realms beyond the visual and leaves more to the imagination. I listen to jquite a bit of radio since I prefer music of the rock and disco variety. I watch a little bit of television for relaxation if it is a good show! r\. A FEBRUARY DOIUR DAYS SPECIAL AT HI-WAY AUTO 101 W. LAKE MEAD, NDN. LAKE MEAO i BOULDER HWY. PHONE 565-0737 •75 CHEV. "VAN" 6 ?:sreE.D ..'SIPS. 74 VENTURA "6"..A.VJP..T.?ANS..1599 74 SEBRING PLUS::A.HOT.pNEr.i995 73 CADILLAC..%.';s.HARPCAR!;.a2795 2 DOOR '73 FORD GALAXIE 500 .CW;AN'1595 73LEMANS.?..?.?..?.HARP.*.P.NLY.,,si595 • 72MERCURY.SR.'!..W*..'!S.*:....<1495| 71 SPORT FURY.?..?.?.. N.! S*S,>H991 UNDER BLUE BOOK • '73DUSTER • '14991 72 FORD LTD ..i>.^.W....'1299 WITH $300.00 DOinm, YOU OINGnACOUGAItlEiNANS, MAUBU OR A PKK-UP. 50 GAUONS OF GAS mm Awvi ous FOR A "Nur fBMun IMMEDIATE CASH FOR CARS OR TRUCKS HI-WAY AUTO V y v; vv / HfiJi DARIN DUTY Boulder City Junior and Senior High School Student Sports; Mork and Mindy; Football, basketball, and baseball, mainly is what I like most about television. As for Mork and Mindy • Mork is funny; Mindy is cute; need I say more? ^ % SCOTT KIEPER Boulder City Junior and Senior High School Student -1 prefer shows likeStarsky and Hutch, Baretta, and generally hi^y 1; adventure type":; movies. I like to ^. • kept in suspense w^ strong and actiiMkc plots. lj|^; SUMMARY: The teen-age audience one of the' highest percentage of lelerition viewers. Above u a typical example of the type of entertain' ment thia age group prefers. i THE VIKINGS ARE HERE! Yes, the Vikings have come to town through the courtesy of "darlingand Danish" Sally Jones, Proprietor of Sally's Gifts, Nevada Highway, Boulder City adjacent to the popular Burk Gal'ry. Sally is excited about her new "Viking" Corner in the gift shop where she offers for purchase useful and decorative gifts from Sweden, Denmark, and Norway. She is considering adding Finnish gift objects to the Viking section. Here Sally poses with a Tema Pattern stoneware teapot (Bing and Grondahl) from her late grandfather's native land, Denmark. Sally's Gifts carry fine gifls for every occasion from the USA and abroad. Kick the Bottlel PickWaHCMey's Sparklirtg, Tofty Purifid Wattr by Revtnt Osmetit No 50-povnd bottitt to hft No ugly, gloss bottlos to store ond, choncos an, you'll savo comJdorablo monoy. AS ik AS 1? jt 6N. SH 4 TAm TM WATIt KNnRUCTMClNC. Slf NMWS Hwy., I.C. I

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    )2 Thursday, February 8.' 1979 >W'W • I •^^ • -i'' iu^-^-n 'jrWtUtmm, 1 COMPARE TOYOTA FEATURE FOR FEATURE YOU WOUTilW) : A BEHER VALUE. Quality Built! Operating Economy! Resale Value! Dependability! A ALL OUR NEW CARS AND TRUCKS ARE ON SALE NOW! \\ Henderson'Home News and Boulder City News Thursday, February 8,1979 up GET A FAST-START DEAL ON A NEW TOYOTA NOW!! See the Dealin'est Dealers In Las Vega$: ED FOUNTAIN MTRS. 3175 EAST SAHARA • PH. 457-0333 SERVICE: MM. tkni Sat SAUS: MM. Ihni Fri. tm^m IMmfkMrm SailaatoTpa TOYOTA WEST 2025 SOUTH DECATUR • PH. 8704066 CAgT SAMARA GET YOUR HANDS ON A TOYOTA—YOU'LL NEVER LET GO! SORENSIN'S SEWING CENTER fMAvtC.. Boulder City. Ncvadi 2M-3770 I SdM A fMVw.ieMye| COUPON BOULDER FEED Hay, grain & supplies Ig. and sm. animal feeds, SPECIAL! CARNATION DOG^ FOOD 50 IBS. $9.25 Hrs. Mon-Wed-Fri-SaL 5 pm 7 pm Will deliver in B.C. — Located at B.C. Horse Corrals 52 Hualapi Road 293-45S4 • COUPON.j^-j LAMm &/lsociate,9Ke. SPECIALIZING INT TAX PREPARATION, PLANNING b AUDITS MANAGEMENT CONSULTING & ELECTRIPAL DATA PROCESSING ACCOUNTING & BOOKKQPING Come in and get Free audit senice on al tu fbniis we prepare. Audit on otfier returns at ixmriif rate. HOUR: Mon Fri 9 am. to 9 pjn. Sat • SuL 9 aja to 6 pim. Home Appointmonls avafeUB. — Fees start at i% based on complexjiy of returns. 1497 Nevada Highway Boulder Gty, Nv. 293-2891 (UFSTAnSNTW • Maboi oir OF COMMBICE eUlONG) or Qisn Oiseoiiii • r*5.00 TJib Goupm Is Good fa iuJO Off • 5'00| The Preparation of Any Tax Return II mif omi I tA£titm9dl{Mcbiu.9tiL ^fwrei I 1497 Nevada Highway Boiider CMy, Nv. ^^"E""" | 1^5.00 ^ ^2691 VSA-HUSTEKHMBEACCffra) I^Qol ROBIN RAGAN (and Fang) • Boulder City Junior and Senior High School Student. I enjoy television because it gives me a chance to come home, relax and watch movies and stories. I also find reading books interesting but it cannot compare with television viewing for relaxation. ERIN DUTY (with Cock-A-Dachs "Fang") Boulder City Junior and Senior High School Student • Usually I'm too busy to watch television and I enjoy reading novels with my spare time. I believe that reading takes us into the realms beyond the visual and leaves more to the imagination. I listen to jquite a bit of radio since I prefer music of the rock and disco variety. I watch a little bit of television for relaxation if it is a good show! r\. A FEBRUARY DOIUR DAYS SPECIAL AT HI-WAY AUTO 101 W. LAKE MEAD, NDN. LAKE MEAO i BOULDER HWY. PHONE 565-0737 •75 CHEV. "VAN" 6 ?:sreE.D ..'SIPS. 74 VENTURA "6"..A.VJP..T.?ANS..1599 74 SEBRING PLUS::A.HOT.pNEr.i995 73 CADILLAC..%.';s.HARPCAR!;.a2795 2 DOOR '73 FORD GALAXIE 500 .CW;AN'1595 73LEMANS.?..?.?..?.HARP.*.P.NLY.,,si595 • 72MERCURY.SR.'!..W*..'!S.*:....<1495| 71 SPORT FURY.?..?.?.. N.! S*S,>H991 UNDER BLUE BOOK • '73DUSTER • '14991 72 FORD LTD ..i>.^.W....'1299 WITH $300.00 DOinm, YOU OINGnACOUGAItlEiNANS, MAUBU OR A PKK-UP. 50 GAUONS OF GAS mm Awvi ous FOR A "Nur fBMun IMMEDIATE CASH FOR CARS OR TRUCKS HI-WAY AUTO V y v; vv / HfiJi DARIN DUTY Boulder City Junior and Senior High School Student Sports; Mork and Mindy; Football, basketball, and baseball, mainly is what I like most about television. As for Mork and Mindy • Mork is funny; Mindy is cute; need I say more? ^ % SCOTT KIEPER Boulder City Junior and Senior High School Student -1 prefer shows likeStarsky and Hutch, Baretta, and generally hi^y 1; adventure type":; movies. I like to ^. • kept in suspense w^ strong and actiiMkc plots. lj|^; SUMMARY: The teen-age audience one of the' highest percentage of lelerition viewers. Above u a typical example of the type of entertain' ment thia age group prefers. i THE VIKINGS ARE HERE! Yes, the Vikings have come to town through the courtesy of "darlingand Danish" Sally Jones, Proprietor of Sally's Gifts, Nevada Highway, Boulder City adjacent to the popular Burk Gal'ry. Sally is excited about her new "Viking" Corner in the gift shop where she offers for purchase useful and decorative gifts from Sweden, Denmark, and Norway. She is considering adding Finnish gift objects to the Viking section. Here Sally poses with a Tema Pattern stoneware teapot (Bing and Grondahl) from her late grandfather's native land, Denmark. Sally's Gifts carry fine gifls for every occasion from the USA and abroad. Kick the Bottlel PickWaHCMey's Sparklirtg, Tofty Purifid Wattr by Revtnt Osmetit No 50-povnd bottitt to hft No ugly, gloss bottlos to store ond, choncos an, you'll savo comJdorablo monoy. AS ik AS 1? jt 6N. SH 4 TAm TM WATIt KNnRUCTMClNC. Slf NMWS Hwy., I.C. I

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    • TTNwdB HBtPrical Socwl/i Thii Was Nevada' Series Thunday, February 8,1979 As was the case in the earlier California Gold Rush, many of the fortunes made on Nevada's Comstock Lode did not come out of the mines. Merchants, saloonroen. prostitutes, musicians, artisans and hotelkeepers all rushed across the Sierras with the miners in the I860's and set up operations in Virginia City. Silver City and Gold Hill. Among the earliest and most cnterprisirig of these who followed the mercantile trade was John L. Moore of San Francisco. in March of 1860 he loaded up a wagon with $l,f)00 worth of whiskey and set out for Hangtown (today's PlacervilIeK but found the pass into the small mountain community closed by the deep snows of a late winter. "Considering his options. Moore decided to go on across the mountains into Virginia City. In Sacramento he was able to hire a string of packmules and to purchase an additional stock of rum. brandy, gin. blankets, tin plates, flour. nails and cigars. Starting out in late March, he trailed his packtrain up over the mountains and twentyfive days later he and his gaunt, starving mules staggered out of the snowdrifts into Virginia City. As the packtrain moved up the main street, .dozens of miserable, half frozen miners cheered and fired off their revolvers. Their good will soon turned to anger, however, and they grumbled impatiently as Moore slowly unloaded his mules, set up a large tent and rolled out the first carpet in Virginia City. This completed, he mounted a flag on the ridgepole, put up a sign reading "Board and Lodging" and went into business.Inside, a canvas partition divided the tent mto a hotel and a saloon. The battered sideboard of a wagon was mounted upon two whiskey barrels thi Rnt ComrtDck HoM and lanterns, and candles were placed around the interior. The stock of liquor was arranged on the backbar and t a signal, the tent flaps were thrown back. With a kMid hurrah, a mob of thirsty miners rushed into the makeshift hotel and began to order drinks. Moore had meanwhile hired a cook, rounded up a supply of bacon, potatoes, beans and coffee and begun to serve meals. Some rough tables were brought in and the tent was soon one gulping' mass of miners shoveling in the food and calling for more, h was early evening when Moore opened up, but before dark he had already done $200 worth of business. That night the hotel had thirty-six guests who paid a dollar each for a pair of blankets and a spot on the ground. A few men who could afford more luxurious accommodations slept on hay ticks. The stuffing went for fifty cents a pound that night, but the mules got in the next morning and ate it all. Wood shavings from nearby construction jobs serv'ed just as well, however, and did not appeal to the mules, so the hotel was soon back in business. Unlike many other who squandered their new wealth on hard drink, bad women and stock market speculations. Moore plowed his profits back into his business. Hiring -;..f,. y' .^ Henderson Home News and Boulder City News Dcdetfwm Dowy Dew Valentine SALE Save ^ • ,3, DRESSES 20%-80% Tiasier cfiafge .4 SimALGmUPSOF LINGERIE 1325 ARIZONA ST. TEL. 293-1408 Henderson Home Newt and Boulder City News Thursday, February 8,1979 Si Art Object of the Month // By Flo Raymond Blond and lovely Darlene Burk, Proprietor of Burk Gal'ry, Nevada Highway in Boulder • • • •• • • • ••* > -r V). .. ,. .^ City, exhibits and offers for purcbaae outstanding, original paintings and sculptured art treasures of gifted artists. She specializes in Western Art add we asked her to pose with a typical muralistic priginal oil-acrylic painting by Pete Golden. The painting was called "The Runner" and the subject was an Apache Indian with his horses. The Southern Nevada desert scene was beautiful in tones of bronie, orange, yellow, blacks, browns and appeared so realistic that it gave the viewer the feeling of gazing out of the window onto a bursting sunset. The horses look alive and the whole painting appears to transmit an aura of another day. Pete captures not only genuiness, but actuality in his work. There is no "plastic" appearance in "The Runner". The Apache appears proud, yet serene. The colors are vibrant and rich. The painting depicts a rugged quality painted with the utmost "finesse". Pete Golden hails f^om Southern Nevada and paints the West as he visualizes it. He attended Art Center and Woodbury School of Commercial Art in Los Angeles, receiving his BFA degree from Chouinard Art Institute. He was honored with a more packtrains, he was soon selling flour and nails at a dollar a pound, shovels at nine dollars each and other goods at similarly high prices and was quickly becoming an influence in his community. 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BOULDER HWY 1^iN..s,N 564-1919 WF RF 'HEOTHEPDODGEDEALER' WE RE IMF OTHER DODGE DEALER' 'WE RE THE OTHER DODGE 2i DARLENE BURK EXHIBITS "THE RUNNER' BY PETE GOLDEN. Walt Disney Foundation grant and added an MFA degree from Otis Art Institute to his credits. He is icnown for his woric throughout the United States and internationally. We recommend "The Runner" as "Art Object devotee's list. "Living" is of the Month" and a the word for Pete "Must See" on the art Golden's originals! HOME BUYER CLINIC By Ro9cr N. Bell Prtiideiit Amtftcin Land Tdle Asiociation Tax Trouble Real estate typically is a favorable long-range investment that has an important role as security for debt in our economy. Unpaid debts can be charged against property in legal proceeding. In addition, delinquent taxes of the owner can result in a financial claim against I real property I and become an expensive problem for I the unwary buyer. Tax I charges against Ml property are especially troublesome when public records fail to provide advance warning of their existence because of some difficulty at the court house or other governmental office. A buyer in a western state was surprised to encounter this type of hazard shortly after purchase when he received a notice calling for payment of delinquent property taxes. Previously, a title search of the public records showed the taxes to be paid. Subsequent investigation disclosed that the taxes were erroneously paid by the previous owner. Upon disc^ery of the error, > tax official cancelled the payment to make the taxes delinquent—but the change was not reflected in the public records at the time of the title search. Luckily, the buyer wu protected by owner's title iiuurance issued at the time of his purchase traruaction. The insuring title company paid the back taxes to save the buyer from financial low. Precautions are worth considering before you buy a home. 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    • TTNwdB HBtPrical Socwl/i Thii Was Nevada' Series Thunday, February 8,1979 As was the case in the earlier California Gold Rush, many of the fortunes made on Nevada's Comstock Lode did not come out of the mines. Merchants, saloonroen. prostitutes, musicians, artisans and hotelkeepers all rushed across the Sierras with the miners in the I860's and set up operations in Virginia City. Silver City and Gold Hill. Among the earliest and most cnterprisirig of these who followed the mercantile trade was John L. Moore of San Francisco. in March of 1860 he loaded up a wagon with $l,f)00 worth of whiskey and set out for Hangtown (today's PlacervilIeK but found the pass into the small mountain community closed by the deep snows of a late winter. "Considering his options. Moore decided to go on across the mountains into Virginia City. In Sacramento he was able to hire a string of packmules and to purchase an additional stock of rum. brandy, gin. blankets, tin plates, flour. nails and cigars. Starting out in late March, he trailed his packtrain up over the mountains and twentyfive days later he and his gaunt, starving mules staggered out of the snowdrifts into Virginia City. As the packtrain moved up the main street, .dozens of miserable, half frozen miners cheered and fired off their revolvers. Their good will soon turned to anger, however, and they grumbled impatiently as Moore slowly unloaded his mules, set up a large tent and rolled out the first carpet in Virginia City. This completed, he mounted a flag on the ridgepole, put up a sign reading "Board and Lodging" and went into business.Inside, a canvas partition divided the tent mto a hotel and a saloon. The battered sideboard of a wagon was mounted upon two whiskey barrels thi Rnt ComrtDck HoM and lanterns, and candles were placed around the interior. The stock of liquor was arranged on the backbar and t a signal, the tent flaps were thrown back. With a kMid hurrah, a mob of thirsty miners rushed into the makeshift hotel and began to order drinks. Moore had meanwhile hired a cook, rounded up a supply of bacon, potatoes, beans and coffee and begun to serve meals. Some rough tables were brought in and the tent was soon one gulping' mass of miners shoveling in the food and calling for more, h was early evening when Moore opened up, but before dark he had already done $200 worth of business. That night the hotel had thirty-six guests who paid a dollar each for a pair of blankets and a spot on the ground. A few men who could afford more luxurious accommodations slept on hay ticks. The stuffing went for fifty cents a pound that night, but the mules got in the next morning and ate it all. Wood shavings from nearby construction jobs serv'ed just as well, however, and did not appeal to the mules, so the hotel was soon back in business. Unlike many other who squandered their new wealth on hard drink, bad women and stock market speculations. Moore plowed his profits back into his business. Hiring -;..f,. y' .^ Henderson Home News and Boulder City News Dcdetfwm Dowy Dew Valentine SALE Save ^ • ,3, DRESSES 20%-80% Tiasier cfiafge .4 SimALGmUPSOF LINGERIE 1325 ARIZONA ST. TEL. 293-1408 Henderson Home Newt and Boulder City News Thursday, February 8,1979 Si Art Object of the Month // By Flo Raymond Blond and lovely Darlene Burk, Proprietor of Burk Gal'ry, Nevada Highway in Boulder • • • •• • • • ••* > -r V). .. ,. .^ City, exhibits and offers for purcbaae outstanding, original paintings and sculptured art treasures of gifted artists. She specializes in Western Art add we asked her to pose with a typical muralistic priginal oil-acrylic painting by Pete Golden. The painting was called "The Runner" and the subject was an Apache Indian with his horses. The Southern Nevada desert scene was beautiful in tones of bronie, orange, yellow, blacks, browns and appeared so realistic that it gave the viewer the feeling of gazing out of the window onto a bursting sunset. The horses look alive and the whole painting appears to transmit an aura of another day. Pete captures not only genuiness, but actuality in his work. There is no "plastic" appearance in "The Runner". The Apache appears proud, yet serene. The colors are vibrant and rich. The painting depicts a rugged quality painted with the utmost "finesse". Pete Golden hails f^om Southern Nevada and paints the West as he visualizes it. He attended Art Center and Woodbury School of Commercial Art in Los Angeles, receiving his BFA degree from Chouinard Art Institute. He was honored with a more packtrains, he was soon selling flour and nails at a dollar a pound, shovels at nine dollars each and other goods at similarly high prices and was quickly becoming an influence in his community. 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BOULDER HWY 1^iN..s,N 564-1919 WF RF 'HEOTHEPDODGEDEALER' WE RE IMF OTHER DODGE DEALER' 'WE RE THE OTHER DODGE 2i DARLENE BURK EXHIBITS "THE RUNNER' BY PETE GOLDEN. Walt Disney Foundation grant and added an MFA degree from Otis Art Institute to his credits. He is icnown for his woric throughout the United States and internationally. We recommend "The Runner" as "Art Object devotee's list. "Living" is of the Month" and a the word for Pete "Must See" on the art Golden's originals! HOME BUYER CLINIC By Ro9cr N. Bell Prtiideiit Amtftcin Land Tdle Asiociation Tax Trouble Real estate typically is a favorable long-range investment that has an important role as security for debt in our economy. Unpaid debts can be charged against property in legal proceeding. In addition, delinquent taxes of the owner can result in a financial claim against I real property I and become an expensive problem for I the unwary buyer. 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    • Wl l il m>-m^y Jlenderson Home News and Boulder City News SO Thursday, February 8,11)79 ^^^^"^^ • ^^^^Tjy^r* Some ofthe students at th Boulder City High School recently attendfd a City Council mooting as an assignment in their Government Class. They were asked to write up their impressions of what they saw and heard. Throe of the papers are reproduced hero. > by Debbie Burt January 9,1979,1 had' the opportunity to at-: tend a City Council Meeting in Boulder City. Presiding over the meeting was Mayor Tobier. The three council* men, the City Manager, and the City Attorney were seated on the platform. There was about fifty people present. The meeting started at 7:30 p.m. with the Salute to the Flag. The Mayor welcomed the visitors and after the minutes from the last meeting were approved he asked for the agenda items. The secon.d item on the agenda was bid awards. In listening to the comments and questions I came to understand the procedures that the City uses when purchasing motor vehicles; how the jCity installs its electrical cables; how the City replaces lights on the baseball field and the cost involved; and how the telephone company operates. The next item was "Porter Rezoning". I learned what "tabling" an item means. It means to leave it for further discussion at another time. Sometimes the Council has a workshop for these items. The workshop consists of a special meeting held for the one certain issue. This is what happened to "Porter Rezoning". The most time was probably spent on item This was the "Golf Course Clubhouse Plans." Needless to say a member ofthe council is a big golf fan so he had a lot to say. That issue was also tabled. Item 5, "Land Matters", was the most confusing to me. There were eleven sub items under this topic but the only one I remember well was 5A the Airport Lease. This topic was very controversial and brought much comment from the floor. One couple jumped up and ran to the platform before they realized what they were doing"the Mayor had to tell them to sit down. After 45 minutes of this, item 5A was tabled. Item 5B thru K were explained quickly and a discussion was begun on item 6. Within the next few minutes the rest ofthe 9 items on the agenda were talked over without any problems. Upon leaving the meeting, I felt that I had a much better understanding ofthe workings of our City government and its operations. It also was an opportunity to meet all ofthe City officials. I feel that it was quite an honor to be able to attend this City Council Meeting. It was educational and it made me fiiel involved. I think Idftny citizen of Boulder H BouUer High Sdiool Students Attend City Oxmdi Meeting City should have this exporlooee. by Nancy Jones Summary of City Council Mooting January 9,1979. Tuesday, January 9 I attended the regular Boulder City Council Mooting, at City Hall. I concluded that there is more involvement in our city than I realized The meeting started out with the flag salute. With Mayor Tobler in charge and conducting he welcomed the audience, and our row of high school students. There were many familiar faces on the council board including; Mr. Andre, B.C. High Dean, Mr. Degernes (City Manager), Mr. Morris (a familiar lawyer), Mr. McEwan (a respected acquaintance of mine) a few other council members the city staff, and the press desk. Number one on the agenda was the usual "Approval of the Agenda". Mrs. Kautz, who I believe was the secretary, read over the changes to be made to the agenda, both additions and deletions. The number two item was entitled "Bid Awards", six sub titles followed. Item 2A, Internal Communication System, involved a discussion ofthe cost to install and pay for this new telephone system. The city office's current telephone bill totalled $760.63 per month. There were three types of systems to choose from. First a switchboard for 11401.00 monthly, an electric telephone system for $1054.07 monthly rental, and an offer for another system from Las Vegas Central Telephone Company for $601.70. The council chose the Las Vegas Central bid Item 2B for two police cars; a bid came from Las Vegas Dodge for two new cars $14,586.00 minus $1600 00 trade in on 2 chevy Novas. A bid from Guadin Ford was decided on for item 20, for a Vi ton 3cy. dump truck. Sunlight Electric gave the lowest bid of $32,262.00 for an electric cable, (Item 2D) needed by the city. Floodlights for the baseball field were discussed,finally an acceptable bid was offered from Consolidated Electric $4,902.00 Last was the turf sweeper which will be purchased from Motor Corporation. This will be for all grass areas except the cemetary and golf course. Appeal Cap. 78-62, Porter Reasoning was listed next on the agenda, (juite a long discussion took place, involving the council and Mr. Porter of 667 Ave. A. When the discussion began to get lengthy it was tabled. Golf Course Clubhouse Plans were submitted by J.T. Anderson Construction in a workshop meeting the previous night. The council asked that Mr. Anderson make a few changes, which he did and returned to the Council in this regular meeting. Subject five was that of 'land matters. They began talking about the airport lease that Mr. Leisburg was trying to get passed, fle had a lawyer with him, this part of the meeting began to get very long, and drawn out. Items SB and C were both tabled. This portion of the meeting took two and one half hours. I was unable to stay any longer; although, there were many more items outlined for the evening. I felt the meeting was interesting most of the time. It's my opinion that there should be a time limit on discussion, or possibly not so much material to cover in one meeting. by Ken Lathrop For my government class assignment, I chose to attend a Boulder City, city council meeting. These meetings are held every other Tuesday in the City Hall and are open to the public. I entered City Hall and proeoeded to the meeting room. On a table near the door, I picked up an agenda sheet. (The agenda sheet is an outline of all topics to be discussed at the meeting.) I then made my way to a seat. In the ttotA of the room stood a large horshoe shaped table. The tibio had microphones and name plates for each of the eight council members. Soon the council members took their seats. The mayor then called the meeting to order. The meeting began by all rising for the Pledge of Allegiance. The members then voted to approve tonights agenda. After the approval vote firom each member, the mooting turhod to what I folt were the most important issues facing tonights meeting, the bid awards. The bid awards aro appropriations of funds for See High School Papers Cent, on/•••U iQjLOW MEAT PRICES Alhprtgnng"|f op QuaHty Meat At Special Everyday Savings Top Quality Meat At Special Everyday Savings Quarter Fryer ^pencer Steak/ Chuck Roast Holly Farms USDA Grade '/V Lb. Beef Chuck Blade Cut Qood Day .SJIfiid Bacon MORE MUT SPECIAU FROM SLBERTSONS Sliced Quarter Poi||{^oin Chops $159 Pork Shouldor Contains Cnlr And End* Lb. ^mgl^ed Picnic 98! Fresh Beef Britket $iS( 1 $349 Beef Cube Steak u.'2^' r MlOV nO^C StyM NOI Of MNs A ^m A # Italian Sausage u 1 U.S. Oevl. InepecMd Lamb Rib Chops u 2 DOMM* ThM For SrMlfig Lamb Loin(C hops u. Lamb Sirloin Chops .....u. 2, utfa liMfi Soef Stioflriba Of ^^^^^ Sliced Beef Liver u^98 AlbertMne Supr*m Btef Chuck Cenlcf Cut e ^ IQ Seven Bone Roast u I DELICATESSEN SAVINGS "Quarter Pound" Weiners ^^^V Pliitbury Biscuits 7j^>.6F!rl AlbwteeM Uffe Cut RMdoM WetgM Mlid Cheddar Cheese afi0i Las M#ai af vaai Pepsi Cola $179 16 0Z-8PAK I lOMIv* rww< ,9*f is ffa^%A Grapefruit Juice *^i.s^ 59 *lbrtMoni. Monay Ordart avVlaMa I '*'' I ChiCkan 0' SOa i ^ l *)M >MI so* • lipraaa chackaul atanda alwaya apan. Detergent i — Gold Medal ^ Pricot Eftactlvt: Fob. 1-14.1971 ^^^ !i5!wt Turkey *" | Alberteont"' i "!r iiSs-^iT! !*y-'' '?T^ '**'*r*r I -•—1-.IN.cw. I "hwi.<.ii uiMiiN.ei^ a Albertsons iinti WAILAIILITY Mir\ >\ rtquKtd Ifrfir irit, t>m* IW MK •> rt* ly jflvfrtiMd pwt in til*' it>frtwn i jioif ficfpl ody side moldings, vinyl top, WSW lires, deluxe wheel covers, doth /vinyl seats, plus more. No. 12024 FACTORY INVOICE: '5003 5103 NEW 1978 FRONT WHEEL DRIVEI t?5irr"Snf r' ,'='<^^^'"y' ''"cket seats, automatic, power steering, FACTORY INVOICE: MZ67 1979 All new Plymouth pickup for 79! — Bench vinyl seat, 4 speed, 2000cc engine, body tape stripe, decor pkg., deluxe bed, decorative decals racing type mirror, plus more. No.18001 1979 4 DR., V-8, automatic, power steering, power disc brakes. AIR, tinted qiass vinyl.top, tilt wheel, radio & heater, body side moldings, tape stripes deluxe wheel covers, WSW tires, plus more. No 170O4 ^121 FACTORY INVOICE: '4400 ^4500 MM I MM MWY I CITY NEW 1978 2DR Hatchback, automatic transmission, 1600cc engine, vinyl bucket seat interior, plus more. No.38045 FACTORY INVOICE: '4071 ^4171 AFFORDABLE LUXURYNEW STYLING! FACTORY INVOICE: '6590 ^6690 1979 ESHiif^irffaesi, 2DR. Hatchback, bucket seats with recliners, twin-stick 8 speed transmission. 1400CC engine, WSVf tires, radio & heater, plus more. No.l4017. FACTORY INVOICE: '4158 '4258 I DRIVE HOME THE CAR OF YOUR CHOICE! 1979 CHAMPH O.14017 $100.00 down plus tales tax of $149.03. Finance $4158. 48 payments ol $121.63. Finance charge: $1680.24. Deferred payment: $5838.24. Annual percentage rate: 17.59 on approved credit. PLUS SALES TAX USED CAR CLEARANCE BELOW LOW BLUE BOOK SALE!

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    • Wl l il m>-m^y Jlenderson Home News and Boulder City News SO Thursday, February 8,11)79 ^^^^"^^ • ^^^^Tjy^r* Some ofthe students at th Boulder City High School recently attendfd a City Council mooting as an assignment in their Government Class. They were asked to write up their impressions of what they saw and heard. Throe of the papers are reproduced hero. > by Debbie Burt January 9,1979,1 had' the opportunity to at-: tend a City Council Meeting in Boulder City. Presiding over the meeting was Mayor Tobier. The three council* men, the City Manager, and the City Attorney were seated on the platform. There was about fifty people present. The meeting started at 7:30 p.m. with the Salute to the Flag. The Mayor welcomed the visitors and after the minutes from the last meeting were approved he asked for the agenda items. The secon.d item on the agenda was bid awards. In listening to the comments and questions I came to understand the procedures that the City uses when purchasing motor vehicles; how the jCity installs its electrical cables; how the City replaces lights on the baseball field and the cost involved; and how the telephone company operates. The next item was "Porter Rezoning". I learned what "tabling" an item means. It means to leave it for further discussion at another time. Sometimes the Council has a workshop for these items. The workshop consists of a special meeting held for the one certain issue. This is what happened to "Porter Rezoning". The most time was probably spent on item This was the "Golf Course Clubhouse Plans." Needless to say a member ofthe council is a big golf fan so he had a lot to say. That issue was also tabled. Item 5, "Land Matters", was the most confusing to me. There were eleven sub items under this topic but the only one I remember well was 5A the Airport Lease. This topic was very controversial and brought much comment from the floor. One couple jumped up and ran to the platform before they realized what they were doing"the Mayor had to tell them to sit down. After 45 minutes of this, item 5A was tabled. Item 5B thru K were explained quickly and a discussion was begun on item 6. Within the next few minutes the rest ofthe 9 items on the agenda were talked over without any problems. Upon leaving the meeting, I felt that I had a much better understanding ofthe workings of our City government and its operations. It also was an opportunity to meet all ofthe City officials. I feel that it was quite an honor to be able to attend this City Council Meeting. It was educational and it made me fiiel involved. I think Idftny citizen of Boulder H BouUer High Sdiool Students Attend City Oxmdi Meeting City should have this exporlooee. by Nancy Jones Summary of City Council Mooting January 9,1979. Tuesday, January 9 I attended the regular Boulder City Council Mooting, at City Hall. I concluded that there is more involvement in our city than I realized The meeting started out with the flag salute. With Mayor Tobler in charge and conducting he welcomed the audience, and our row of high school students. There were many familiar faces on the council board including; Mr. Andre, B.C. High Dean, Mr. Degernes (City Manager), Mr. Morris (a familiar lawyer), Mr. McEwan (a respected acquaintance of mine) a few other council members the city staff, and the press desk. Number one on the agenda was the usual "Approval of the Agenda". Mrs. Kautz, who I believe was the secretary, read over the changes to be made to the agenda, both additions and deletions. The number two item was entitled "Bid Awards", six sub titles followed. Item 2A, Internal Communication System, involved a discussion ofthe cost to install and pay for this new telephone system. The city office's current telephone bill totalled $760.63 per month. There were three types of systems to choose from. First a switchboard for 11401.00 monthly, an electric telephone system for $1054.07 monthly rental, and an offer for another system from Las Vegas Central Telephone Company for $601.70. The council chose the Las Vegas Central bid Item 2B for two police cars; a bid came from Las Vegas Dodge for two new cars $14,586.00 minus $1600 00 trade in on 2 chevy Novas. A bid from Guadin Ford was decided on for item 20, for a Vi ton 3cy. dump truck. Sunlight Electric gave the lowest bid of $32,262.00 for an electric cable, (Item 2D) needed by the city. Floodlights for the baseball field were discussed,finally an acceptable bid was offered from Consolidated Electric $4,902.00 Last was the turf sweeper which will be purchased from Motor Corporation. This will be for all grass areas except the cemetary and golf course. Appeal Cap. 78-62, Porter Reasoning was listed next on the agenda, (juite a long discussion took place, involving the council and Mr. Porter of 667 Ave. A. When the discussion began to get lengthy it was tabled. Golf Course Clubhouse Plans were submitted by J.T. Anderson Construction in a workshop meeting the previous night. The council asked that Mr. Anderson make a few changes, which he did and returned to the Council in this regular meeting. Subject five was that of 'land matters. They began talking about the airport lease that Mr. Leisburg was trying to get passed, fle had a lawyer with him, this part of the meeting began to get very long, and drawn out. Items SB and C were both tabled. This portion of the meeting took two and one half hours. I was unable to stay any longer; although, there were many more items outlined for the evening. I felt the meeting was interesting most of the time. It's my opinion that there should be a time limit on discussion, or possibly not so much material to cover in one meeting. by Ken Lathrop For my government class assignment, I chose to attend a Boulder City, city council meeting. These meetings are held every other Tuesday in the City Hall and are open to the public. I entered City Hall and proeoeded to the meeting room. On a table near the door, I picked up an agenda sheet. (The agenda sheet is an outline of all topics to be discussed at the meeting.) I then made my way to a seat. In the ttotA of the room stood a large horshoe shaped table. The tibio had microphones and name plates for each of the eight council members. Soon the council members took their seats. The mayor then called the meeting to order. The meeting began by all rising for the Pledge of Allegiance. The members then voted to approve tonights agenda. After the approval vote firom each member, the mooting turhod to what I folt were the most important issues facing tonights meeting, the bid awards. The bid awards aro appropriations of funds for See High School Papers Cent, on/•••U iQjLOW MEAT PRICES Alhprtgnng"|f op QuaHty Meat At Special Everyday Savings Top Quality Meat At Special Everyday Savings Quarter Fryer ^pencer Steak/ Chuck Roast Holly Farms USDA Grade '/V Lb. Beef Chuck Blade Cut Qood Day .SJIfiid Bacon MORE MUT SPECIAU FROM SLBERTSONS Sliced Quarter Poi||{^oin Chops $159 Pork Shouldor Contains Cnlr And End* Lb. ^mgl^ed Picnic 98! Fresh Beef Britket $iS( 1 $349 Beef Cube Steak u.'2^' r MlOV nO^C StyM NOI Of MNs A ^m A # Italian Sausage u 1 U.S. Oevl. InepecMd Lamb Rib Chops u 2 DOMM* ThM For SrMlfig Lamb Loin(C hops u. Lamb Sirloin Chops .....u. 2, utfa liMfi Soef Stioflriba Of ^^^^^ Sliced Beef Liver u^98 AlbertMne Supr*m Btef Chuck Cenlcf Cut e ^ IQ Seven Bone Roast u I DELICATESSEN SAVINGS "Quarter Pound" Weiners ^^^V Pliitbury Biscuits 7j^>.6F!rl AlbwteeM Uffe Cut RMdoM WetgM Mlid Cheddar Cheese afi0i Las M#ai af vaai Pepsi Cola $179 16 0Z-8PAK I lOMIv* rww< ,9*f is ffa^%A Grapefruit Juice *^i.s^ 59 *lbrtMoni. Monay Ordart avVlaMa I '*'' I ChiCkan 0' SOa i ^ l *)M >MI so* • lipraaa chackaul atanda alwaya apan. Detergent i — Gold Medal ^ Pricot Eftactlvt: Fob. 1-14.1971 ^^^ !i5!wt Turkey *" | Alberteont"' i "!r iiSs-^iT! !*y-'' '?T^ '**'*r*r I -•—1-.IN.cw. I "hwi.<.ii uiMiiN.ei^ a Albertsons iinti WAILAIILITY Mir\ >\ rtquKtd Ifrfir irit, t>m* IW MK •> rt* ly jflvfrtiMd pwt in til*' it>frtwn i jioif ficfpl ody side moldings, vinyl top, WSW lires, deluxe wheel covers, doth /vinyl seats, plus more. No. 12024 FACTORY INVOICE: '5003 5103 NEW 1978 FRONT WHEEL DRIVEI t?5irr"Snf r' ,'='<^^^'"y' ''"cket seats, automatic, power steering, FACTORY INVOICE: MZ67 1979 All new Plymouth pickup for 79! — Bench vinyl seat, 4 speed, 2000cc engine, body tape stripe, decor pkg., deluxe bed, decorative decals racing type mirror, plus more. No.18001 1979 4 DR., V-8, automatic, power steering, power disc brakes. AIR, tinted qiass vinyl.top, tilt wheel, radio & heater, body side moldings, tape stripes deluxe wheel covers, WSW tires, plus more. No 170O4 ^121 FACTORY INVOICE: '4400 ^4500 MM I MM MWY I CITY NEW 1978 2DR Hatchback, automatic transmission, 1600cc engine, vinyl bucket seat interior, plus more. No.38045 FACTORY INVOICE: '4071 ^4171 AFFORDABLE LUXURYNEW STYLING! FACTORY INVOICE: '6590 ^6690 1979 ESHiif^irffaesi, 2DR. Hatchback, bucket seats with recliners, twin-stick 8 speed transmission. 1400CC engine, WSVf tires, radio & heater, plus more. No.l4017. FACTORY INVOICE: '4158 '4258 I DRIVE HOME THE CAR OF YOUR CHOICE! 1979 CHAMPH O.14017 $100.00 down plus tales tax of $149.03. Finance $4158. 48 payments ol $121.63. Finance charge: $1680.24. Deferred payment: $5838.24. Annual percentage rate: 17.59 on approved credit. PLUS SALES TAX USED CAR CLEARANCE BELOW LOW BLUE BOOK SALE!

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    Mtw^fitn HMM Ntwt OIHI UU\6V City N*w -mr TT" m^mi Tkiirsday. Fbntiry 1,1979 NEW BANQUET ROOM FACJUTIES AT Nicies SUPPBi CLUB NOW AVAILABLE THE NEW BANQUET room will seat up to 250 people comfortably. This is the second remodeling Nick has done to accomodate the residents of Henderson who like to patronize the popular supper club. '\ NICK is happy to prepare either a sit-down banquet or a buffet table for patrons. Nick Lathuris is shown serving customers at one of the banquets he prepared recently in the new room ••• LARGE COLORFUL MUR.ALS decorate both ends of the new banquet room at Nick's Supper Club on Lake Mead Drive ••• FOB SALE *72 Chevy Vega GT $700 Good motor 4 body; New tires. Call S65-7103 After 5 00 INC0METAXSERVICE6yrs IRS PKperienre and 10 yrs seir employed lax service Get all the deductions legally allowed Call Carole DePue for appt. S65 746S FOR SALE • 1978 Monte Carlo, fully powered, stereo and tape, in good cond. 293 2M0 eve^ and weekends $0100 BC MOTOR HOME • 1974 Champ ion. 20 ft sleeps 8. dash air, AM FM. 8 track. C B fVilly self contained, excel! cond }6,M 23' BC For sale: Kenmore dryer Elee trie. Good condition |75 293-2672 evenings Waiher > dryer. Portabl* a|N. siM. Sean w-manual. Good condition $150 Ph 293-4154 FOR RENT 2 bdrm furn apt Carport. Adult Section 8289. per mo 293-4832. B.C. 1972 Silver Hills Trailer. 12 t 60. 2 bdrm. Call B65 6179 Hdn Three bdrm f^irn house avail able for quiet couple. Ph 293 1716. BC HANDYMAN Ben DePue will fix it. re do it, add it On, lay It down. You name it, I do it 5657468. NEED 2 delivery people for 1.1th and 14 Must be available from 9 til 6 Also 1 cashier. Ph SW-OtM. Hdn. Hide a Bed w mattress Good condition $35 00.6A. Stereo cabinet. Gold velvet background Needs radio $90 or best offer 569-9871. Lost: Tannish brown male ferret around Joshua St area. 5645730 INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE Average Itemiied Deduction Chart, send 81 to TAX CHART PO. Box 12959, La.s Vegas, Nv 89112 For ?;alc Puppies, 7 pit bull $10 each Born Jan 1 Hurry, going' .181-8040 and leave message. EARN LEARN TRAVEL National Co has opening for 6 young and enthusiastic guys and gals IVom this area to travel w-large supervised roed business group No exp necessary. On job training. Daily expense draws Transportation fUrn. Contact M. Clontt Friday only at Best Western Motel 564 1712, from U-S. Hdn OLDIE. BUT NICE Completely remodeled all G E kitchen. Self • cleaning oven. Corning lop range, dishwasher, trash compactor, new cabinets, nice car pet. lots of wall paper Chandeliers, 3 bdrm formal dining room. Located on nice street close to all shopping Norman Kay Real Estate 87051,36 Evenings. 870*) 17 FOR SALE Holley Carbuerator, 4 barrel, hi performance No 6210 $50 Alum, manifold. Edelbmok street master V8Chevy $.35 both exccll cond 293 3252 B.C. SEARS washer 4 dryer. l most new, good cond $190 firm OE Green dishwasher $125 Grey Rec liner $39 Green Swag lamp $10 Roll-a-way 30 inch, like new $40 00 Odds and ends 293 4198 B.C. POWER MOWER Pennycrest. used 6 mns. 3 hp., 20 inch Briggtii Stratlon 2 hp lawn edger, $L50. for both firm 293^198 BC PART TIME OR FULL TIME WORK Be your own boss Work your own hours Have your own Fuller brush route $6 to $8 per hour starting 878-0294 NOW TAKING DEPOSIT Av ailtbie March 1st. 2 bdrm furn.. Boulder Square Conde No 404 $390 1st. last. $100. deposit No chil dren, no pets 293-1975 or m-4361 BC GARAGE SALE Sat, Feb. 10, 8:36 am. to noon. Ml Cl Camlnd Way, B.C. COFFEE TABLE, glass top lifts upr9 293 22M. BC. FOR SALE • Zenith Black <{ wktte console TV, 21 Inches. Call 3-IS30. B.O, FOR SALE ir4 Dodge Dart Swinger, air, good cond., $1900 293 1079 after 4 p m. B.C. PACKED WITH PCS -8IBILITIES 2 bdrm, 3 bath home in Henderson. L^wn is f^lly fenced w-sprinUer in fVont. Walk to elementary school. Call today. Won't last at $39,900 Adaven R-' alty, 386-2737 or Eveninia 969^9897. MUST SIU C.B. Amateur eauip. LowLow-Low. All still in crtons. Honest Abe • President Teaberry Titan "T". Polamar 900 C.B., Wilson MK II 4 IV, Pace Com municator I 4 II, Deck mikes Wall deck 4 Mobile Chargers Coax, Call AnyUme, 7 days. 96M060 FOR SALE-100 yrd gold carpet, 22 yrd. green shag carpet. 40 gal. electric hot water heater. Child's swing set. Call 293 1492 3fter9p.m. BC. MOTORHOMEFOR SALS'78 Itasca, 29 n. self contained. sleeps 8 $20,000 Immaculate 293 2247. BC Sub-contractor -> Residential -^ Coming from East in 2 weeks DNUim 3137425935 BIG YARD SALE Fri, Sat. Sun 10'til5.30 32IW Basic Hdn 11 buckets wheat, .storage food in buckets, 20 cases fruit jars, swamp coolers. Westingheuse portable roaster, plaster 4 greenware. Rockers, chairs, barstools. wheat grinder, gourds for hobbyists, Ig clock used for advertising, commercial siied fan, elec. blankets, wallboard panelling, Duncan Phyfe (able 4 chairs, misc WILL DO BABYSITTING • housekeeping or ironing anytime 306 W Basic R4, Hdn References GARAGE SALE: Sat., 2-10-79. 661 Arroyo. 10 families accumuUtion of baby items, betjs, ppliances, clothing, books. Etc. ^ FOR SALE Packing cartons, various sites Inquire at 897 El Camino Way 293-9298 BC WASHER 4 DRYER, gold. Sear's best. 6 mos. old.$429. pr 293 2294 BC BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Any hours reasonable rates For information call 293 4934 B C. B.C. Tree Service 732 8233 Free Estimates. TRUNDLE BED FOR SALE $45. 293 1038. After ft p m. BC 2S2bQ£f ^ All REG. PRICB) MBtCHANDBE t (wilh coupon) | GOOD m FB. 14,1979 DNLYI'I Liyaways InvJtBd | CEEJAY8 I CLOTHES 1269 Wyoming (at Ave. C) BouUarGty t FOR RENT • 2 yr. old, 3 bdrm. house, with 2 f\ill baths, in prestige area of B.C. $480. a mo. Call 293-5315 FREE PUPPIES • 7 mos. old. Australian 4 German Shepherd, leavtiftil dogs. 865-7141. Hdn. 197SDATSUN3M;-5sp.,air, stereo, custom interior, window loifver, stone shield. 90,600 mi. warranty. 293 3ft48. 9.C. FOUR WHSEL DRIVI TRAVfLALL. 1968, V8. power steering 4 brakes. SMte. trans., air eend, Goo^ body4 clean interior 81629. Ph 565 9247 Hdn. YARD SALE Starting Thgrs.. Feb 8th until? 306 W. Basic Rd. Hdn. HELP WANTED • Man to do janitorial and seme mechanical maintenance. 3 to 3 hrs. daily (mornings). Ph Iceland Skating Riak, 569-6373. Hdn HIDE A BED Brand new. EthanAllen SH ft w-2cushions Camel Color Velvet Sacrince $375. Ph. 984-3391 Hdn WANTED Well experience^ sheet rock man electrician tile roof installer insulation man for local Henderson job Top wages 985M48. WANTED Well experienced furniture 4el(very man $1.00 hr plus overtime. Lake Mea^ Fvmtirc, Henderson. MOVING SALE Sat, 10 am to 3 pm. Several fTee items. 1534 Mancha, B.C. DIVORCED FATHER NEEDS reliable babysitter. Call 4:30to 7:30p.m. or weekends for particulars. 568-8804. Hdn. MOBILE HOME FOR SAl|. Excell. cond. 19T0 Towncraft 13 ft. i 44 ft 1 bdrm Patio and window awnings. Utility •be4. skirting. Dbl. windows. 3n-378l. BC CUSTOM HOME Large 3 bdrm.. 2 bath custom home near the golf cour.se. On S acre, w-detached 2 car garage. Fenced, sprinlers. refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, draped, egrpeted, water lofteaer and lets more. Clec. golf cart k club membership is avail $94,000. Ph. 565^8101 Owner licensee, ; Ml Sunday Feb 12-4 p m. IMO Palomino Prive jNew Custom Ranch Stylo JHome. 3 bdrm. 2 bih. dining {room, fireplace, covered (patio, 2 car garage and all I the custom extras you'd eaIpcct On 1 3 acri with 35' I'front porch "$r,900. YOUR HOSTESS Pat Guy (Boulder Highway south to I (^Uestrian Dr., then east to I Thoroughbred, south to! Valomlne.) HELP WANTED: Maid* 4 desk clerk Must apply in person. Best Western Motel, 85 Lake Mead Dr, Hdn. MATCHING CHEST AND NITI STANDS Ught wood $50. 3*3 3619 or 383-1967. BC MOBILE HOME • family park, 3 bdrm, 3 bath, privacy, view. owner. 3933700 PC HELP WANTED • part time cashier Must be 21 GREAT WEST HUSKY • 453 Nev. Hwy B C DATSUN TOYOTA TOOLBOX sells for 199 40 Will sell for $60 283 2254 BC • III m YOUNAMEIT, WEOOIT No job to small. Residential or commercial 293-9464 or 293 4284 BC INTERESTED PU\TR U looking for a nower home (3 car garage, Spaniah arches preferred) 393-544 (work) aw-1760 (evM. Virgil Fredrickaen. THE BURK CALRV 400 Nevada Hwy 393-3M6 QUALITY CUSTOM FRAMING VAUN-HNI SPECIAL Give a bundle ofLovc. Fuuy Uasa Apso puppies AKC )0 weeks, 4 males $135. to $17$, an-sQot. >.c. "TMI PIOfWTY rWflC" INC. HENDERSON PROPERTIES ftlCIO 8ICHT I UMTHMM lOUlDIR CITY PROPERTIIS f 1 OFftCES Exeri^tivp |[ Sales Office IB Water Street, Henderson NV 89015 Br.jnrh Sales Office 1636 Nevada Highway, BC NV MOOS MtS ''UUWU UtnsM SffVKI 564.25 IS 293-2151 Enjoy a HENDflSON loUwWc h S45-8887 .S4S-M8I .949-9393 54413*3 4S-P}4 .$454747 JM-769P OflNf AAl^ lOUlDEI CITY ftny • ekMweflnofO Tumor Jockie WoeidH^ $,W Dtonkfll j^-io*f Morwick ••WO ^^^if^ • •• IrisBlMdi Aftn ScKmtiloM... •• • •> Mv 33-t}40 ..87*-5447 .3f3-4|78 .333SI0 .33 1*43 m DAILY t MM IM SUNDAYS OfCNHOUSI SATURDAY, FEBRUARY lOTH SUNDAY. FEBRUARY UTH FROM NOON UNTIL400P.M. beautiftil Nevada weekend and browse one of Hend'ei-son Realty's open houses iirted below All homes are above Black Mountain Golf 4 Country Club If you're a buyer and not a peeker, we would enjoy your vi&itYoALL COME HERE' 241 E Rancho Drive 281 E Ranrho Drive 260 E Desert Rose 201 E Rancho Drive ^^X g^^ Ik^ 606 Hidden Valley ^^ wmmm uv^ Popular Montana model 3 bedroom, 2 bath This home has a Tireplace and a dough boy pool Come and take a look at this beagiy Large and spacious Is the only way to describe this well complimented home. Three .bedrooms, 3-batbs. Large llv ing room and family^FOR RESUUS FREE FUN OR tASH DISCOUNT ON AIL FILMS, Printed a^d develapcd at VANS <ii > • w^w^wm :nt door There is a bMutifUl view of the whole valley and the mountains. This lovely home has formal dining room, fireplace in family room, 3 bedrooms, large 2 car garage and located in Hendorson. Priced at $77,950. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES, Realtor at 736-8551 or Evenings at564-27U. No. 284 THERE'S LOTS IN LIFE You can expect out of this home. Has two bedrooms, large country kitchen, a workshop that's a handyman's dream and sits on two lots. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES, Realtors at 736-8551 or Evenings at 564-2765. No. 326. riMPMCEJiQyElliS Will know they ve found their home when they see this one. This new custom home has lush, plush carpeting throughout, a large country kitchen, a large two-car garage, a Jacuzzi and three fireplaces! Located in Henderson and priced at $93,600. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES, Realtor at 736-8551 or 564-2765. Can oe foiind in thii delightftil three bedroom home that bat carpeting and drapes two ear garage and located in Henderson. Only Vh years old, perfect for the family who wants the best out of life. PHced at f62,950. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES. Realtor at 736-8551 or Evenings at 56i-2768, No 375. BtxtttW VALLEY VIEW -3 bdrm., 1 bath hAme with beautiful brick fireplace in family room This home has a family living room combination Completely fenced with block wall and automatic sprinkling system front and rear Nice carpet throughout $47.00000 MOBILE HOME 3 bdrm. 1440 M) n. $Sf.000 2 bth in Cssa Ume Estates [JIMTT ixfcvmsSMviiitiM iitM lilMiHN Smrlct* Ml aitr SWvcMt tf NM$ LUCRATIVE GLASS BUSINESS Only glass buMnes.s in Henderson 4 Soulder This includes 1875 sq ft of commercial land near Boulder Hwy. All inventory. 4 trucks and 2 bedroom Townsite are also indgded Call* Morrell for more complete details BAIT k STORAGE Bait shop with boat storage Inratpd en busy route to (^ke Mead Includes 12x60 Mobile home Feckue liquor licenae. beer, wine and slot licenM. S6518 MI ZONING 75 acre close to Boulder Highway in Pittman Completely fenced lot with access on 3 sides Two bedroom house in additional bidg for office TWO BDRM TOWNSITE -• Thit remodeled house sits on R-4 property. Good inveitment et 147.000 MOVE TO PAHRUMP • Five aerei for only $18,000 UNIQUE HOME In Section 27. Two large bdrms, 2 full baths and 2car garage ISOOsq.ft.livingtpace Coaversa tion pit in living room 2000 SQ. FT In thi| Section 27 home Overlooking val ley What a view! 800 sq ft. batcment, intercome k phone Jacks thniout Waterfall in livingreem and tunken tub in mgiter bdrm 88M8I6. MISSION HILLS HOME 3 bdrm. 2 beth witk 2 cr garaac Wet bar in fam ily room. Covered flrent perch with beaatifbl view of Vegai Vallw WELL ESTABLISHED BAR On Boulder Hwy Lot is approx 6SX.370 and Includes 2 bdrm house Sealing for n piu> bootha, and 3 pool tablet. Call ui for more details COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ON WATER ST Two bdrm., 1 bathtowniite houae Full baaenenlwitJitiidiBg f la> doer in kitchen. $80,000. A SWEET DEAL FOR ONLY $49.S00 This IS a price reduction on a lovely 3 bdrm. home Large country kitchen with plenty of dining ares plus a formal dinini! room with chandelier Upgraded carpeting throughout This is a show and sell. Call Alice 584-3333 "Maiaiall Baalgii la m '- H^^i fVALYN MONREII SKOKER PEG COLE 54-lT54 AL LEFItANCOIS fMV72 • BARBARA McNAIfl... .„* „ -.2W-4274 MILLIE POTTER S<5^i3, 41WATH ST MPiO tHeH NfVAOiA MS^U BEAUTIFUL' CLEAN' .SHARP' All ihe.sc adjectives describe thii 3 bdrm IM, hath home Zoned for horses Covered pailo h acre fenced with lawn and shrubs Many extras Call Sue 584 3333 Selling UNDER APPRAISED VALUE This new 3 bdrm 2 bath custom built home has 2,3S2 sq ft of luxury living area Pride of ownership shows! throughout with exquisite carpeting, 24 karat gold bat hroom fixtures, 2 covered ptio,s. extra large 2 car gar > ge, oversued rooms and much, much more This house is a pleasure to show, a joy to own Call Alice S84-3333|i THE ONLY ONE LEFT' A 60 x 100 lot in Trailer E, talcs Cleared and ready to set up with existing water, sewer, and electricity Only tl8,O00 Call 584-3333 CUDDLE UP around the Ben Franklin Stove on these cold winter nights This 3 bdrm home has a one bed room apt attached with the possibility of added in come property on this ovcr-siied lot All this and more for only $M.50O Call Randy 584 3333 DI.STINCTIVE, DECORATIVE home for the dis criminating buyer This 3 bdrm IV, bath home has a fireplace, unique country kitchen with a breeieway leading to a finished oversited 2 car garage Call 564-3333 AVAILABLE NOW EXCELLENT LOCATION FOM CASINO luilding for lease on Lake Mead Blvd Be the first and last place people stopon the wavto Lake Mrad For more information c.ill 584 3333 A MASSIVE STONE fireplace enhances the beauty of this 4 bdrm 1^ bath home Choose your own carpet color The country kitchen, large bedrooms, separate l.iundry and many extras give this home a friendly atmosphere Priced right Call. 584-3333 STARTING AT 18,000 00 Wt have 1 and %\ acre lots available new with terms Located in Green Valley, these lots will net last at Uiii price Call Aliee SI4-3333 PICK YOUR LOT We have H and I acre lots with your | choice of custom homes built to your sitiafaction Come in |M talk le i or Call 184-33331 OfIN MONDAY THIU SATUtOAY •:00 A.M. TO 4:00 fJk APTHHOMSCAU JIM JENSEN 8$^Mn suEBum 585 an ALICE FIFE 54 2862| RANDY WOOTTON 8S4a JACK SEIPIMAN „ .-JTI-TTje M KEurs OUSSiMIRIOICO.* Complete Glass Services 5700 Boulder Highway 24 Hr Service 451-5153 BABYSITTER NEEDED In Henderson, 4 days a week In your home. 2 children. Ph S8S-7451. FOR SALE • 1 NCR Electronic Data Processing Accounting machine Model 395 St. Rose de Lima Hospital, Henderson Ph 584 2622. Ext 111 FOR SALE • 1977 Honda XL Low mileage, 350 cc. Like new Asking $800. Call 985-0286. Hdn. FOR SALE • Queen siic mattress, box spring. Good cond MISC. items. Ph 965-6881 Hdn FOR SALE Westinghouse front loading washing machine. In good condition Ph 565-8869 Hdn FOR SALE 1974 Plymouth Saticllitc Custom 4 dr Small V8, auo dr. >S 52.000 ml Clean, well main tjined $2450 Call owner 293 2314 evenings BC BOULDER CITY'S BEST! % Bills paid! 2 bdrms! Air! Just $180! Active RenUls 3821711 '74 VEGA GT Great ga mileage Uses regular. Priced below blue book Auto, factory air, very good cond only $1,300. 293 5462. BC FOR RENT • 2 bdrm Townsite house. Preferred Retired\ couple. Call S85-86M Hdn. LAND: 2H acres in Paradise Hills in Henderson $25,000 Ph 584-2810 Hdn BOULDER CITY GEM! Only $190! 4 rms: Air 'N More! Call now. Active Rentals 383^11. VALENTINESPBCIALGivea bundle of Love. Furzy Lhasa Apso puppies AKC 10 weeks,4males $125.toSI75 293-3008 B C MTN A-FRAME HIDEAWAY! $85'2bdr m plus loft! Fireplace too! Active Rentals 382 1711 TRUCK SHELLS FOR SALE I Gem Top, cab height for short bed tnirk. $200 1 insu lated camper, 3 ft above cab for short bed truck. $250 Call 293-1321 between 7 30 am and 5 pm BC ~ t<>aeKi FOR RENT Lake Mead View 3 bdrm 2 bath, drapes, carpet. 2 car gar d-w, range, kids ok No pels $450 1st & last. $150. depo 293 4602 after 3 30 BC QUALITY CUSTOM FRAMING The Burk Gal'ry 4O0 Nevada Hwy. 293-3958 m \ iiAiroi Boh Ohen Realty & Insurance Inc, i Rcaltor-MLS t^^ 6 Water Si., Henderson g ^ I 564-183! Spacious with Beautlhil View Plut 2 Car Garaac One-Half Acre lot with a Korgous tiew ul ihc entire valley, 3 Br., 2 Balbt. Urge :0xl2 Uvlng Room with Fireplirr. Beautiful Home with many eilraa, aod all (or under $A5,000. Time (o tekct tour caipct colon. Call for • ppolnimeni. Good Assumption 4 Br. I and 3'4 bath wHh double garage, Fl/rplart in living Room, Large Country Stvie Kitchen Family Room Combined. Immaculate Insldi' and out. Professionally lindtcaped yard with mant shrub*, all with bublerit and auiomallc sprlnkleredHa* old-low Interest loan. Owner leaving end of nMwth. Faat poaaessioii. Close to Everything • Even the Hnspltai 3 Bedrooms with the master bedroom enlarged to 18' long with wardrobes buUl entire id, Child's bedroom has bvtti-lns drctsef. wardiobe and dealt, plus large walk-in doael. Overhead pallo entire side of home, with barbeque pit. Entire rear yard enclosed with rev gate to large parking area. Range and Refrigerator. Carpet and drape* included. Cboirc Valley View Home 3 BcdrMHii with remodeHed klicben and bathroom, with double baslni and vanhles, much ceramic tile, formal dining room, many baUt Ina, added cablneu, covered paib. and carpoK to accomodate 4 cara. Sprinkler svstem. many shrub* and nke laadscaplng. Call (or appolntmenl. Uvely Home High on Black Mountain 3 Br. I and .1/4 bath with i low Interest loan and an easy aMumpilon. Small raah and tke over seller's oM loan. 2 Car garage, carpeted and drape* throughout. Ven tatelully decorated lhighut. Country sRTTkitchenDlning room..combo. Yaa won't want to mis* seeing this one tf you're looking for a good buy and a beautiful home, plus a workshop. 3 Br. Brick Home Oaly SM.OOO Nice Brick home with cafpert. water kofiener, front and rear sprinklers, carpet and drapes, range and refrigerator, garbage disposal, tndoftcd front and rar yard. Eireplkmal buy. For Ike Urge Family A family room vog wouldn't beileve that's 16 i 2.S with fireplace. 4 bedroom* pla* a Den. Laundrv mm. and all frehlv redecorated spic and apan. with all new carpeting throughout otie of the niccsi boaw* In town. Vacant and ready (or you la move bi. Sec tUa hcMtv. Tract 2-3 Br, J Bath / Large Uvlng ROMB, (onual dlabig nwm. large muter bednwm with walk-In doMt, and storage in all rooma-many built la*. CuilMi Cupboard* In aparioua cmmiiy ityle kitchen. Saparute lauadry room. Eieellent value. Attention Invcttora ar Pavtlepaw 63 pin* acre*, with IMW (rwit ft. ef twla^e WUl sell ill or pan. Additional 40 AcrcsavaiiaUca^annitf wanted. Call lordctaila. 2I Acre la

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    Mtw^fitn HMM Ntwt OIHI UU\6V City N*w -mr TT" m^mi Tkiirsday. Fbntiry 1,1979 NEW BANQUET ROOM FACJUTIES AT Nicies SUPPBi CLUB NOW AVAILABLE THE NEW BANQUET room will seat up to 250 people comfortably. This is the second remodeling Nick has done to accomodate the residents of Henderson who like to patronize the popular supper club. '\ NICK is happy to prepare either a sit-down banquet or a buffet table for patrons. Nick Lathuris is shown serving customers at one of the banquets he prepared recently in the new room ••• LARGE COLORFUL MUR.ALS decorate both ends of the new banquet room at Nick's Supper Club on Lake Mead Drive ••• FOB SALE *72 Chevy Vega GT $700 Good motor 4 body; New tires. Call S65-7103 After 5 00 INC0METAXSERVICE6yrs IRS PKperienre and 10 yrs seir employed lax service Get all the deductions legally allowed Call Carole DePue for appt. S65 746S FOR SALE • 1978 Monte Carlo, fully powered, stereo and tape, in good cond. 293 2M0 eve^ and weekends $0100 BC MOTOR HOME • 1974 Champ ion. 20 ft sleeps 8. dash air, AM FM. 8 track. C B fVilly self contained, excel! cond }6,M 23' BC For sale: Kenmore dryer Elee trie. Good condition |75 293-2672 evenings Waiher > dryer. Portabl* a|N. siM. Sean w-manual. Good condition $150 Ph 293-4154 FOR RENT 2 bdrm furn apt Carport. Adult Section 8289. per mo 293-4832. B.C. 1972 Silver Hills Trailer. 12 t 60. 2 bdrm. Call B65 6179 Hdn Three bdrm f^irn house avail able for quiet couple. Ph 293 1716. BC HANDYMAN Ben DePue will fix it. re do it, add it On, lay It down. You name it, I do it 5657468. NEED 2 delivery people for 1.1th and 14 Must be available from 9 til 6 Also 1 cashier. Ph SW-OtM. Hdn. Hide a Bed w mattress Good condition $35 00.6A. Stereo cabinet. Gold velvet background Needs radio $90 or best offer 569-9871. Lost: Tannish brown male ferret around Joshua St area. 5645730 INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE Average Itemiied Deduction Chart, send 81 to TAX CHART PO. Box 12959, La.s Vegas, Nv 89112 For ?;alc Puppies, 7 pit bull $10 each Born Jan 1 Hurry, going' .181-8040 and leave message. EARN LEARN TRAVEL National Co has opening for 6 young and enthusiastic guys and gals IVom this area to travel w-large supervised roed business group No exp necessary. On job training. Daily expense draws Transportation fUrn. Contact M. Clontt Friday only at Best Western Motel 564 1712, from U-S. Hdn OLDIE. BUT NICE Completely remodeled all G E kitchen. Self • cleaning oven. Corning lop range, dishwasher, trash compactor, new cabinets, nice car pet. lots of wall paper Chandeliers, 3 bdrm formal dining room. Located on nice street close to all shopping Norman Kay Real Estate 87051,36 Evenings. 870*) 17 FOR SALE Holley Carbuerator, 4 barrel, hi performance No 6210 $50 Alum, manifold. Edelbmok street master V8Chevy $.35 both exccll cond 293 3252 B.C. SEARS washer 4 dryer. l most new, good cond $190 firm OE Green dishwasher $125 Grey Rec liner $39 Green Swag lamp $10 Roll-a-way 30 inch, like new $40 00 Odds and ends 293 4198 B.C. POWER MOWER Pennycrest. used 6 mns. 3 hp., 20 inch Briggtii Stratlon 2 hp lawn edger, $L50. for both firm 293^198 BC PART TIME OR FULL TIME WORK Be your own boss Work your own hours Have your own Fuller brush route $6 to $8 per hour starting 878-0294 NOW TAKING DEPOSIT Av ailtbie March 1st. 2 bdrm furn.. Boulder Square Conde No 404 $390 1st. last. $100. deposit No chil dren, no pets 293-1975 or m-4361 BC GARAGE SALE Sat, Feb. 10, 8:36 am. to noon. Ml Cl Camlnd Way, B.C. COFFEE TABLE, glass top lifts upr9 293 22M. BC. FOR SALE • Zenith Black <{ wktte console TV, 21 Inches. Call 3-IS30. B.O, FOR SALE ir4 Dodge Dart Swinger, air, good cond., $1900 293 1079 after 4 p m. B.C. PACKED WITH PCS -8IBILITIES 2 bdrm, 3 bath home in Henderson. L^wn is f^lly fenced w-sprinUer in fVont. Walk to elementary school. Call today. Won't last at $39,900 Adaven R-' alty, 386-2737 or Eveninia 969^9897. MUST SIU C.B. Amateur eauip. LowLow-Low. All still in crtons. Honest Abe • President Teaberry Titan "T". Polamar 900 C.B., Wilson MK II 4 IV, Pace Com municator I 4 II, Deck mikes Wall deck 4 Mobile Chargers Coax, Call AnyUme, 7 days. 96M060 FOR SALE-100 yrd gold carpet, 22 yrd. green shag carpet. 40 gal. electric hot water heater. Child's swing set. Call 293 1492 3fter9p.m. BC. MOTORHOMEFOR SALS'78 Itasca, 29 n. self contained. sleeps 8 $20,000 Immaculate 293 2247. BC Sub-contractor -> Residential -^ Coming from East in 2 weeks DNUim 3137425935 BIG YARD SALE Fri, Sat. Sun 10'til5.30 32IW Basic Hdn 11 buckets wheat, .storage food in buckets, 20 cases fruit jars, swamp coolers. Westingheuse portable roaster, plaster 4 greenware. Rockers, chairs, barstools. wheat grinder, gourds for hobbyists, Ig clock used for advertising, commercial siied fan, elec. blankets, wallboard panelling, Duncan Phyfe (able 4 chairs, misc WILL DO BABYSITTING • housekeeping or ironing anytime 306 W Basic R4, Hdn References GARAGE SALE: Sat., 2-10-79. 661 Arroyo. 10 families accumuUtion of baby items, betjs, ppliances, clothing, books. Etc. ^ FOR SALE Packing cartons, various sites Inquire at 897 El Camino Way 293-9298 BC WASHER 4 DRYER, gold. Sear's best. 6 mos. old.$429. pr 293 2294 BC BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Any hours reasonable rates For information call 293 4934 B C. B.C. Tree Service 732 8233 Free Estimates. TRUNDLE BED FOR SALE $45. 293 1038. After ft p m. BC 2S2bQ£f ^ All REG. PRICB) MBtCHANDBE t (wilh coupon) | GOOD m FB. 14,1979 DNLYI'I Liyaways InvJtBd | CEEJAY8 I CLOTHES 1269 Wyoming (at Ave. C) BouUarGty t FOR RENT • 2 yr. old, 3 bdrm. house, with 2 f\ill baths, in prestige area of B.C. $480. a mo. Call 293-5315 FREE PUPPIES • 7 mos. old. Australian 4 German Shepherd, leavtiftil dogs. 865-7141. Hdn. 197SDATSUN3M;-5sp.,air, stereo, custom interior, window loifver, stone shield. 90,600 mi. warranty. 293 3ft48. 9.C. FOUR WHSEL DRIVI TRAVfLALL. 1968, V8. power steering 4 brakes. SMte. trans., air eend, Goo^ body4 clean interior 81629. Ph 565 9247 Hdn. YARD SALE Starting Thgrs.. Feb 8th until? 306 W. Basic Rd. Hdn. HELP WANTED • Man to do janitorial and seme mechanical maintenance. 3 to 3 hrs. daily (mornings). Ph Iceland Skating Riak, 569-6373. Hdn HIDE A BED Brand new. EthanAllen SH ft w-2cushions Camel Color Velvet Sacrince $375. Ph. 984-3391 Hdn WANTED Well experience^ sheet rock man electrician tile roof installer insulation man for local Henderson job Top wages 985M48. WANTED Well experienced furniture 4el(very man $1.00 hr plus overtime. Lake Mea^ Fvmtirc, Henderson. MOVING SALE Sat, 10 am to 3 pm. Several fTee items. 1534 Mancha, B.C. DIVORCED FATHER NEEDS reliable babysitter. Call 4:30to 7:30p.m. or weekends for particulars. 568-8804. Hdn. MOBILE HOME FOR SAl|. Excell. cond. 19T0 Towncraft 13 ft. i 44 ft 1 bdrm Patio and window awnings. Utility •be4. skirting. Dbl. windows. 3n-378l. BC CUSTOM HOME Large 3 bdrm.. 2 bath custom home near the golf cour.se. On S acre, w-detached 2 car garage. Fenced, sprinlers. refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, draped, egrpeted, water lofteaer and lets more. Clec. golf cart k club membership is avail $94,000. Ph. 565^8101 Owner licensee, ; Ml Sunday Feb 12-4 p m. IMO Palomino Prive jNew Custom Ranch Stylo JHome. 3 bdrm. 2 bih. dining {room, fireplace, covered (patio, 2 car garage and all I the custom extras you'd eaIpcct On 1 3 acri with 35' I'front porch "$r,900. YOUR HOSTESS Pat Guy (Boulder Highway south to I (^Uestrian Dr., then east to I Thoroughbred, south to! Valomlne.) HELP WANTED: Maid* 4 desk clerk Must apply in person. Best Western Motel, 85 Lake Mead Dr, Hdn. MATCHING CHEST AND NITI STANDS Ught wood $50. 3*3 3619 or 383-1967. BC MOBILE HOME • family park, 3 bdrm, 3 bath, privacy, view. owner. 3933700 PC HELP WANTED • part time cashier Must be 21 GREAT WEST HUSKY • 453 Nev. Hwy B C DATSUN TOYOTA TOOLBOX sells for 199 40 Will sell for $60 283 2254 BC • III m YOUNAMEIT, WEOOIT No job to small. Residential or commercial 293-9464 or 293 4284 BC INTERESTED PU\TR U looking for a nower home (3 car garage, Spaniah arches preferred) 393-544 (work) aw-1760 (evM. Virgil Fredrickaen. THE BURK CALRV 400 Nevada Hwy 393-3M6 QUALITY CUSTOM FRAMING VAUN-HNI SPECIAL Give a bundle ofLovc. Fuuy Uasa Apso puppies AKC )0 weeks, 4 males $135. to $17$, an-sQot. >.c. "TMI PIOfWTY rWflC" INC. HENDERSON PROPERTIES ftlCIO 8ICHT I UMTHMM lOUlDIR CITY PROPERTIIS f 1 OFftCES Exeri^tivp |[ Sales Office IB Water Street, Henderson NV 89015 Br.jnrh Sales Office 1636 Nevada Highway, BC NV MOOS MtS ''UUWU UtnsM SffVKI 564.25 IS 293-2151 Enjoy a HENDflSON loUwWc h S45-8887 .S4S-M8I .949-9393 54413*3 4S-P}4 .$454747 JM-769P OflNf AAl^ lOUlDEI CITY ftny • ekMweflnofO Tumor Jockie WoeidH^ $,W Dtonkfll j^-io*f Morwick ••WO ^^^if^ • •• IrisBlMdi Aftn ScKmtiloM... •• • •> Mv 33-t}40 ..87*-5447 .3f3-4|78 .333SI0 .33 1*43 m DAILY t MM IM SUNDAYS OfCNHOUSI SATURDAY, FEBRUARY lOTH SUNDAY. FEBRUARY UTH FROM NOON UNTIL400P.M. beautiftil Nevada weekend and browse one of Hend'ei-son Realty's open houses iirted below All homes are above Black Mountain Golf 4 Country Club If you're a buyer and not a peeker, we would enjoy your vi&itYoALL COME HERE' 241 E Rancho Drive 281 E Ranrho Drive 260 E Desert Rose 201 E Rancho Drive ^^X g^^ Ik^ 606 Hidden Valley ^^ wmmm uv^ Popular Montana model 3 bedroom, 2 bath This home has a Tireplace and a dough boy pool Come and take a look at this beagiy Large and spacious Is the only way to describe this well complimented home. Three .bedrooms, 3-batbs. Large llv ing room and family^FOR RESUUS FREE FUN OR tASH DISCOUNT ON AIL FILMS, Printed a^d develapcd at VANS <ii > • w^w^wm :nt door There is a bMutifUl view of the whole valley and the mountains. This lovely home has formal dining room, fireplace in family room, 3 bedrooms, large 2 car garage and located in Hendorson. Priced at $77,950. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES, Realtor at 736-8551 or Evenings at564-27U. No. 284 THERE'S LOTS IN LIFE You can expect out of this home. Has two bedrooms, large country kitchen, a workshop that's a handyman's dream and sits on two lots. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES, Realtors at 736-8551 or Evenings at 564-2765. No. 326. riMPMCEJiQyElliS Will know they ve found their home when they see this one. This new custom home has lush, plush carpeting throughout, a large country kitchen, a large two-car garage, a Jacuzzi and three fireplaces! Located in Henderson and priced at $93,600. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES, Realtor at 736-8551 or 564-2765. Can oe foiind in thii delightftil three bedroom home that bat carpeting and drapes two ear garage and located in Henderson. Only Vh years old, perfect for the family who wants the best out of life. PHced at f62,950. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES. Realtor at 736-8551 or Evenings at 56i-2768, No 375. BtxtttW VALLEY VIEW -3 bdrm., 1 bath hAme with beautiful brick fireplace in family room This home has a family living room combination Completely fenced with block wall and automatic sprinkling system front and rear Nice carpet throughout $47.00000 MOBILE HOME 3 bdrm. 1440 M) n. $Sf.000 2 bth in Cssa Ume Estates [JIMTT ixfcvmsSMviiitiM iitM lilMiHN Smrlct* Ml aitr SWvcMt tf NM$ LUCRATIVE GLASS BUSINESS Only glass buMnes.s in Henderson 4 Soulder This includes 1875 sq ft of commercial land near Boulder Hwy. All inventory. 4 trucks and 2 bedroom Townsite are also indgded Call* Morrell for more complete details BAIT k STORAGE Bait shop with boat storage Inratpd en busy route to (^ke Mead Includes 12x60 Mobile home Feckue liquor licenae. beer, wine and slot licenM. S6518 MI ZONING 75 acre close to Boulder Highway in Pittman Completely fenced lot with access on 3 sides Two bedroom house in additional bidg for office TWO BDRM TOWNSITE -• Thit remodeled house sits on R-4 property. Good inveitment et 147.000 MOVE TO PAHRUMP • Five aerei for only $18,000 UNIQUE HOME In Section 27. Two large bdrms, 2 full baths and 2car garage ISOOsq.ft.livingtpace Coaversa tion pit in living room 2000 SQ. FT In thi| Section 27 home Overlooking val ley What a view! 800 sq ft. batcment, intercome k phone Jacks thniout Waterfall in livingreem and tunken tub in mgiter bdrm 88M8I6. MISSION HILLS HOME 3 bdrm. 2 beth witk 2 cr garaac Wet bar in fam ily room. Covered flrent perch with beaatifbl view of Vegai Vallw WELL ESTABLISHED BAR On Boulder Hwy Lot is approx 6SX.370 and Includes 2 bdrm house Sealing for n piu> bootha, and 3 pool tablet. Call ui for more details COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ON WATER ST Two bdrm., 1 bathtowniite houae Full baaenenlwitJitiidiBg f la> doer in kitchen. $80,000. A SWEET DEAL FOR ONLY $49.S00 This IS a price reduction on a lovely 3 bdrm. home Large country kitchen with plenty of dining ares plus a formal dinini! room with chandelier Upgraded carpeting throughout This is a show and sell. Call Alice 584-3333 "Maiaiall Baalgii la m '- H^^i fVALYN MONREII SKOKER PEG COLE 54-lT54 AL LEFItANCOIS fMV72 • BARBARA McNAIfl... .„* „ -.2W-4274 MILLIE POTTER S<5^i3, 41WATH ST MPiO tHeH NfVAOiA MS^U BEAUTIFUL' CLEAN' .SHARP' All ihe.sc adjectives describe thii 3 bdrm IM, hath home Zoned for horses Covered pailo h acre fenced with lawn and shrubs Many extras Call Sue 584 3333 Selling UNDER APPRAISED VALUE This new 3 bdrm 2 bath custom built home has 2,3S2 sq ft of luxury living area Pride of ownership shows! throughout with exquisite carpeting, 24 karat gold bat hroom fixtures, 2 covered ptio,s. extra large 2 car gar > ge, oversued rooms and much, much more This house is a pleasure to show, a joy to own Call Alice S84-3333|i THE ONLY ONE LEFT' A 60 x 100 lot in Trailer E, talcs Cleared and ready to set up with existing water, sewer, and electricity Only tl8,O00 Call 584-3333 CUDDLE UP around the Ben Franklin Stove on these cold winter nights This 3 bdrm home has a one bed room apt attached with the possibility of added in come property on this ovcr-siied lot All this and more for only $M.50O Call Randy 584 3333 DI.STINCTIVE, DECORATIVE home for the dis criminating buyer This 3 bdrm IV, bath home has a fireplace, unique country kitchen with a breeieway leading to a finished oversited 2 car garage Call 564-3333 AVAILABLE NOW EXCELLENT LOCATION FOM CASINO luilding for lease on Lake Mead Blvd Be the first and last place people stopon the wavto Lake Mrad For more information c.ill 584 3333 A MASSIVE STONE fireplace enhances the beauty of this 4 bdrm 1^ bath home Choose your own carpet color The country kitchen, large bedrooms, separate l.iundry and many extras give this home a friendly atmosphere Priced right Call. 584-3333 STARTING AT 18,000 00 Wt have 1 and %\ acre lots available new with terms Located in Green Valley, these lots will net last at Uiii price Call Aliee SI4-3333 PICK YOUR LOT We have H and I acre lots with your | choice of custom homes built to your sitiafaction Come in |M talk le i or Call 184-33331 OfIN MONDAY THIU SATUtOAY •:00 A.M. TO 4:00 fJk APTHHOMSCAU JIM JENSEN 8$^Mn suEBum 585 an ALICE FIFE 54 2862| RANDY WOOTTON 8S4a JACK SEIPIMAN „ .-JTI-TTje M KEurs OUSSiMIRIOICO.* Complete Glass Services 5700 Boulder Highway 24 Hr Service 451-5153 BABYSITTER NEEDED In Henderson, 4 days a week In your home. 2 children. Ph S8S-7451. FOR SALE • 1 NCR Electronic Data Processing Accounting machine Model 395 St. Rose de Lima Hospital, Henderson Ph 584 2622. Ext 111 FOR SALE • 1977 Honda XL Low mileage, 350 cc. Like new Asking $800. Call 985-0286. Hdn. FOR SALE • Queen siic mattress, box spring. Good cond MISC. items. Ph 965-6881 Hdn FOR SALE Westinghouse front loading washing machine. In good condition Ph 565-8869 Hdn FOR SALE 1974 Plymouth Saticllitc Custom 4 dr Small V8, auo dr. >S 52.000 ml Clean, well main tjined $2450 Call owner 293 2314 evenings BC BOULDER CITY'S BEST! % Bills paid! 2 bdrms! Air! Just $180! Active RenUls 3821711 '74 VEGA GT Great ga mileage Uses regular. Priced below blue book Auto, factory air, very good cond only $1,300. 293 5462. BC FOR RENT • 2 bdrm Townsite house. Preferred Retired\ couple. Call S85-86M Hdn. LAND: 2H acres in Paradise Hills in Henderson $25,000 Ph 584-2810 Hdn BOULDER CITY GEM! Only $190! 4 rms: Air 'N More! Call now. Active Rentals 383^11. VALENTINESPBCIALGivea bundle of Love. Furzy Lhasa Apso puppies AKC 10 weeks,4males $125.toSI75 293-3008 B C MTN A-FRAME HIDEAWAY! $85'2bdr m plus loft! Fireplace too! Active Rentals 382 1711 TRUCK SHELLS FOR SALE I Gem Top, cab height for short bed tnirk. $200 1 insu lated camper, 3 ft above cab for short bed truck. $250 Call 293-1321 between 7 30 am and 5 pm BC ~ t<>aeKi FOR RENT Lake Mead View 3 bdrm 2 bath, drapes, carpet. 2 car gar d-w, range, kids ok No pels $450 1st & last. $150. depo 293 4602 after 3 30 BC QUALITY CUSTOM FRAMING The Burk Gal'ry 4O0 Nevada Hwy. 293-3958 m \ iiAiroi Boh Ohen Realty & Insurance Inc, i Rcaltor-MLS t^^ 6 Water Si., Henderson g ^ I 564-183! Spacious with Beautlhil View Plut 2 Car Garaac One-Half Acre lot with a Korgous tiew ul ihc entire valley, 3 Br., 2 Balbt. Urge :0xl2 Uvlng Room with Fireplirr. Beautiful Home with many eilraa, aod all (or under $A5,000. Time (o tekct tour caipct colon. Call for • ppolnimeni. Good Assumption 4 Br. I and 3'4 bath wHh double garage, Fl/rplart in living Room, Large Country Stvie Kitchen Family Room Combined. Immaculate Insldi' and out. Professionally lindtcaped yard with mant shrub*, all with bublerit and auiomallc sprlnkleredHa* old-low Interest loan. Owner leaving end of nMwth. Faat poaaessioii. Close to Everything • Even the Hnspltai 3 Bedrooms with the master bedroom enlarged to 18' long with wardrobes buUl entire id, Child's bedroom has bvtti-lns drctsef. wardiobe and dealt, plus large walk-in doael. Overhead pallo entire side of home, with barbeque pit. Entire rear yard enclosed with rev gate to large parking area. Range and Refrigerator. Carpet and drape* included. Cboirc Valley View Home 3 BcdrMHii with remodeHed klicben and bathroom, with double baslni and vanhles, much ceramic tile, formal dining room, many baUt Ina, added cablneu, covered paib. and carpoK to accomodate 4 cara. Sprinkler svstem. many shrub* and nke laadscaplng. Call (or appolntmenl. Uvely Home High on Black Mountain 3 Br. I and .1/4 bath with i low Interest loan and an easy aMumpilon. Small raah and tke over seller's oM loan. 2 Car garage, carpeted and drape* throughout. Ven tatelully decorated lhighut. Country sRTTkitchenDlning room..combo. Yaa won't want to mis* seeing this one tf you're looking for a good buy and a beautiful home, plus a workshop. 3 Br. Brick Home Oaly SM.OOO Nice Brick home with cafpert. water kofiener, front and rear sprinklers, carpet and drapes, range and refrigerator, garbage disposal, tndoftcd front and rar yard. Eireplkmal buy. For Ike Urge Family A family room vog wouldn't beileve that's 16 i 2.S with fireplace. 4 bedroom* pla* a Den. Laundrv mm. and all frehlv redecorated spic and apan. with all new carpeting throughout otie of the niccsi boaw* In town. Vacant and ready (or you la move bi. Sec tUa hcMtv. Tract 2-3 Br, J Bath / Large Uvlng ROMB, (onual dlabig nwm. large muter bednwm with walk-In doMt, and storage in all rooma-many built la*. CuilMi Cupboard* In aparioua cmmiiy ityle kitchen. Saparute lauadry room. Eieellent value. Attention Invcttora ar Pavtlepaw 63 pin* acre*, with IMW (rwit ft. ef twla^e WUl sell ill or pan. Additional 40 AcrcsavaiiaUca^annitf wanted. Call lordctaila. 2I Acre la

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    '^^" .;:'.Tf. -Jr'f*w • 'HMJMWI HtHM Ntwt ami lowMw City Nwt NfcM Thursday, February 8,197^ Young American Homc^ City View Terrace 2,3 b 4 Bedrooms PrioBd Wl0 FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 bdrm, l\ bath, nice neighborhood. 1428 Bronco, BC, 172,000. Call 293-2791 after 5 p.m. NIVWA We repair Appliances, lawn mower { Home Repairs Cooler Repairs Located in Jack's Rental Center L 440 Water St. in 3 BDRM.. 2 BATH HOME, family room, carpeting, drapes, many extras. Corner lot near golf course |74,300. By owner 293^5130. BC. MOTEL ROOMS k KITCHENETTES Color TVs. Utilities and Linens. WEEKLY Ph Harry. 491 2446 WANTED Warehouse k delivery man. Apply at 147 Water SL, Henderson. 1970 MOBILE HOME • 17x5*. 2 bdrm., 2 bath, large rooms, washer, dryer, d-w, self cleaning dbl. oven. Must be moved by Oct. 1. 293-3007. BC. 565-0102 ANTIQUE Country Huteh for sale Ph. 297-1236. C.C. Kor rent: 1, 2, 4 3 bdrm. trail ers $30 to S60 wk Call 385 • ;76.1or565 7141 Hdn. 2 BDRM TRAILER FOR RENT Newly remodeled 2 children welcomed. $280 per mo. plus $50./lep. Util. not included Greentree St.. Winterwood Estates, (off Nelhs Blvd) Call S6M990. FOR SALE 67 Fleetwood Mobile Home 10xS7 ft. 2 bdrm. in Ballerina. Park Ave. 500. Henderson. Nev. Priced for quick sale. See after 4 p.m Ph. 564-5912. GLAZIER NEEDED Call Kelly Glass Co 451 5153 PAINTER Inlerier, exterior. 18 years experience. Per free estimate, call 38MIN. BY OWNER!! In Henderson 2 houses for price of one. Duplex. Total 6 bdrms 2H baths. Fine neighborhood, 2 patios. 1 yr. old. New carpet., drapes, mirrors, k paint. $69,500 or best offer Ph. 645-3222 MCOMI-TAX 12 4 3 bdrm furn ar uafiirn Hrad Trir HavrA RENT. NEW HOME.Henderson area, 3 bdrm.. 2 bath. $425.1st. last & depo. 29-tS33. BC Audit Service 4 Other Benefits 5454410 for appointment 2 COMMERCIAL LOTS down town B C. asking $72,500 293-4556 HENDERSON HONEY! Pool 4Kids! 2 bright bdrms! Air! $250! Active RenUls 382-1711 Singer Authorised Dealer • SORENSENS SEWING CENTER 509 Ave C. BC 293-3770. FOR SALE 2 Boulder City Corral lots. Registered Bay Gelding quarterhorse, 8 yrs old. Quarter horse. 6 yrs. old. Gelding 3 yrs old 293 2247 B C fAMWAY PRbDOCT$| XHousehold cleaning pro I Tducts. food supplements.' GOfRAl CONnUCTM Quality Work Remotiel Customs FraminK —Concrete Pat IDS, Etc Licensed 4 Bonded 54-5J03 AMWAY PRODUCTS ousehold cleai ducts, food suppli products for yourself Call 293-4429 for immediate delivery WANTED Sandwich, piiia person Swing shift. Apply in person at Lucky Club. 124 Market St 9-5 564-3472 Hdn RUMMAGE SALE Sat, Feb 10 in BCHS Gym, fhim 3 p m. to 5 p.m. To raise money for new pitching machine. Everyone welcome BC RETIRED COUPLE wish to re turn to Boulder City No pets Want 2 bdrm unf apt or duplex Have local references Call 642 1680. iBooooooooooeoo n • HOMES •ACREAGE • COMMERCIAL V.(3R) REALTORS 565-8947 125 W. LAKE MEAD DR. HENDERSON, NEVADA BLAME NO ONE BUT YOURSELF!! If you miss out on this new three bedroom. 2 bath home that IS decorated nicely. A perfect bouse for a family as it has a large yard Priced $44,000 Eves. Call 565-9453 SUPREME LIVING AT ITS BEST Gorgeous townhouse on the Las Vegas Country Club with Spanish Style decor A Roman-tub you have to see to believe with beautiful tile work thni-out New custom drapes and carpets plus all appliances Priced $87,500. Eves Call 565-9453 LOOKIN', FOR THE BESr Then you must see this one' Spacious 3200 sq ft home on a half acre .Many custom features too numerous to mention Prjced $96,000 Eves Call 564^2332 A FAMILY DELIGHT Fouri)edroom Lewis Home only one year old located in a quiet rul desac Close to new grade school and O'Callaghan Park Eves 564-2332 LOCATION LOCATION Elegant Black Mountain Country Club area 3.298 sq ft of lush 4 plush living area. 2 Spacious bedrooms, study or 3rd bedroom 2W baths, custom kitchen, dining area, dual fireplace in large liVing room 4 3 car finished garage Just waiung for the right buyer Eves 56&-6897 AN EYE ON THE FUTURE Here's a super 3 bedroom. 2 bath home with beam ceilings panelled 4 mirrored livingroom All this plus carpeting, drapes, refrigerator, stove, garbage disposal, new water heater 4 much more Eves 565-6897. C 2 PKOPERTY 35 Acre super buy K Mart now developing in this area. Eves 565^897 WE HAVE Vi LOTS IN SECTION 9 with good view of Vegas Valley Eves 565^897 CALL FOR INFORMATION ON OUR NEW TRACT OF YOUNG AMERICAN HOMES IN HENDERSON PRICED FROM $39J50 TO $48JS0 FHA AND VA HNANCING AVAIlABlE. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Vivian Erick.son. Broker... 565 M53 Kalherine Mitchell 565-6897 Jerry Bergemeyer „ 381-7193 Diane Barlow 564-2332 James Smalley 564-5416Travi.^ Johnson ^ 645-2239 John Woodruff 293 5482 RADIO LOST at basketball court behind Texas St. Had a tape in it. Reward. Lost sometime after Christmas. 564 5969 Hdn. WILL CARE FOR CHILDREN UP TO 5 YRS Anytime. 56V069.< Hdn. BEAUTIFUL \ ACRE VIEW building lot, in great Henderson location, with power 4 water, for only $15,500, Austin Realty. Inc Realtors 457-3123 REFRIGERATOR FOR SALE $50 Steel desk 4 Chair. $165 Ph after 6, S6V78S3 Hdn HOUSEWIFE WOULD LIKE STEADY INCOME HOUSECLEANING. Ph. Mary after 6 565-7853. Hdn. HENDERSON LOCATION 2 bdrm Condominium. Rent or lease Less for Lease! For details ph 457 7283 TRAVEL TRAILER 1977 Nomad 21' w-air Fully self contained Priced below book. 293-4450 after 5 p m. BC R 4 LAND IN BLOOMING HENDERSON 10 acres with plans for 250 units, terms available at an excel. lent price. Austin Realty Inc Realtors. 457 3123 PROFESSIONAL OFFICE NEEDS GIRL FRIDAY. No experience needed. Will train Non smoker. Send handwritten resume to P 0. Box GK. Henderson. Nev. 89015 I I I Your ad the first day | in case an error ocI curs. The Boulder City { News will assume no • responsibility after j the first day of publiI cation. Error claims | must be made im• mediately. | L '—J BIG JOHN BLETSCH JS H^CKathis Auto Wrecking Garage 4 Tow Service 1631 Foothill. BC 293 4661 ELECTROLUX representing Boulder City and Hender son 293.')644or384 9726ask for Jim NEED A CAR'' New in town'' Old in Town' No credit' Short time on the job' Only $100. $200, $300 or $400 down' Need an Automobile to gel around' Contact us. We approve our own con tracts Instant delivery We will pick yott up4 bring you to our rar lot Just tele phone 564 5909 Nevada Auto Sales 1813 N BIdr Hwv Henderson. Nev One block !>outh of Sunset Blvd. & Kldr Hwy ADVERTISERS PLEASE PROOF PROFESSIONAL KARATE INSTRUCTOR will trade lessons to teenager for light work. ieyVXt Hdn. TYPEWRITER FOR SALE; One STD Brother Valiant machine. Like new w-catc, std. keyboard manual. This is not a dime store • acbine. Ideal for High Khool scholar Price. |89. as Van Wagtnen St Hdn. FOR SALE BY OWNER Lewis Home. 6 yrs. old. Present loan 7%. 4 bdrm,, 2 bths.; den, new 18 x 26 family rm. w-fireplace. Gas 4 Etec. Has lawn, fruit trees, storage shed. Close to schools. BEST BUY IN HDN. S6S-0137. MI.XED FIREWOOD FOR SALE Ph. 56MS67. Hdn. SNOW TIRES FOR SALE: Two H-78 IS" Goodyear Snow tires w-steel studs. Like new. $17.50 each. 223 Van Wagenen St.. Hdn. If you would like to purchase a brand new LaDolce Vita 2 bdrm., 14 bath townhouse in Boulder City for about $2000 under the current prices contact Austin Realty, Inc Realton 457-3123. AccousticalCeilines 4 Interior 4 Exterior painting 564-1770 Learn to drive with Las Vegas School of Driving. Specialising in nervous 4 handicapped persons. All ages. Day 4 evening instruction Free home pickup 732 7664 m FRIGIDAIRE 15 2 cu ft self defrost.5 mos old $300 Call 565-9483 after 3pm Hdn. HELP WANTED Station at tendant. Experienced Apply at Zike's Hdn Texaco. Water 4 Lake Mead. Hdn. ^_ INSIDE DOORS Screech door w-hdw. Your choice. $5. each 564-1648 Hdn. DIVORCE SETTLEMENT 1978 Singer Zig Zag sewing machine New cond used 4 mos buttonholes, fancy stitches.'sews stretch mat erial, monagrams. darns. etc Cabinet included As sume payments or full cash balance S5S41 Call days, evenings, or weekends 647693 L V RICK S MARINE SERVICE Certified Merc Mech lOyrs exp Merc Volvo. Chrysler 4 Jets OMC 565^7956 Hdn L\RGE TENT THMI.ER. sleeps 8. stove, ice box. good cond $750 293 4051 8 a m, to 2 p m BC VEGAS TYPEWRITER RE PAIR 1601 E Sahara. Us Vegas 735 7325 Our spe cialty, used, rebuilt typewriters Satisfaction guaranteed FOR RENT 2 bdrm. apt see at 6S2 Ave B B C HENDERSON ^ MASONRY A CONCRniMC License No 15256 Quality Concrete 4 Masonry \ll work guaran teed Call Bob 564 1487 or Mr I ,Vi,V7:i36 COUNTRY HORSE RANCH! Acres! Corrals! H Util.l Kids! $3S0.! AcUve RenUls 382-1711, TWO NEW BOULDER CITY CONDOS, in La Dolce ViU. Luxury 2 bdrm. condos for sale by owner. 1 due for completion 1st of March. 2nd is occupied by owner. 293-4171. B.C. INDIVIDUAL 4 CONTRACTOR CONSULTANTS. Bob O'Dell, 2130 Boulder Hwy. 565-0417 565-0516. Hdn. WILL BABYSIT 4 or 5 hrs, weekdays. Ph. 565-8046, Hdn HORSE CORRALS FOR RENT IN BC -293 1821 BC I FHA.VA RNANCING EXCUJSIVE SALES AGENTS Roberts Realty S654I947 125 W. lAKE MEAD ORa DMC* Ij-wm $35,500. FHA ASSUMPTION. Henderson 3 bdrm., IVi bath, 2 story Condo on Cul de Sac across trom the pool. For sale by owner. No brokers please. 361-1471. after 6. 'f5^ Rosacrest Cabinets, Inc HENDERSON, NEVADA &nETc; 565*7472 SILVER ROWE KENNELS Boarding Grooming Training Pick Up4 Delivery service 1949 Parkson Road 564-1983 SKYUNE BUILDING CO. 293-S114 Lie 15487 Custom Homes, Additions j and Remodeling. BC LOOKING FOR WORK ?? • ^" • ^ HENDERSON JOB SOVKE 119 WATER ST. Offers NO^ Placements In a Variety of Jobs PROFESSIONAL' { •TECHNICAL A •CLERICAL SERVICE •SALES # w^m •TRADES Of^Sf" FULL 4 \^ • PART TIME STATE OF NEVADA EMPLOfMENT SECURITY DEPARTMENT (ESD) OTHER ESD OFFICES AT: 135 S. 8th. l.V. 2071 L.V. Blvd. No.. N.L.V. CHILD C\RE: Licensed home in CT Sewell Area 564 2570 ft 8 III n n I n Television and Specialties of Bowlder City Custom .\ntennas lor the most in viewing and listen inKplpa^'Ure PH 293 4976 aeaeae* irn-innt-B t i TV ?8838888*S>^^ REAL ESTATE UCENSEES WANTED to work in a new branch ofTice that just opened in B.C. Excellent training program. Excellent commission structure New ofTice w-excellenf surroundings. Be part of this growing company Call Henderson Really. Inc. todavJSB3-2151 for an interview. ){ (F Tippetts Construction FREE E.STIMATES REMODELING PATIO COVERS ADDITIONS DeVan Tippetts (ownen Lie No 13904 PH565-05e ;(CtPlINCTi;ilE Arthrllls, barsltis. migraine, asthma, allcrfy. sirake, sciatica, siaas, • • • t, ^raslalc. 7U-7841 SIGNS by BERTIE DUPLEX FOR SALE, downtown location, landscaped, fenced, owner license 293-4950. B.C. FOR RENT • 3 bdrm 2 bath, family rm. utility rm., dup1 lex, in BC Call 293 3638 \ after 6 p.m. HAVE YOU THOUGHT OF YOUR LOVED ONE ON VALENTINES DAY? How about a beautifully decorated cake? Delicious and home made. Give us a call at 293-3863 or come in the BAKERY SHOPPE at 546 Nev Hwy, BC Free delivery! MURRAY BUILDERS Bonded „ LirNo 15084 Patio covers. Room Addi lions. Remodel, New Con struclion. if In a Hurry, Call MUR RAY293 3100 HOME FOR SALE 3 bdrm 2 bath, garage, large fenced yard, automatic sprinkler system $64,900 293 3843 BC. LARGE 3 bdrm home for rent. 2 bath, fireplace, nice yd., fenced No pets. $375 plus deposit. Avail. Feb 15 Ph. 564-2377. Hdn. • I ^^^ I I REWARD I I for recovery of gold | i rope necklace. Lost in I vicinity of Rainbow I I Club-2 weeks ago. See | cage cashiers, Rain| I bow Club & Casino, | i Henderson. j $15,000 UNDER APPRAISAL B C Custom 4 bdrm 2S bath home on Vi acre zoned for horses Master bdrm has fireplace, dressing rm k Jacutii Family rm w-wet bar li fireplace Country kJtchen has built in break i fast bar wJenn Air range, Litton dbl Microwave oven, dishwasher, trash compactor 4 walk in pantry Home IS located on Mountain set ting overlooking B C 5 mi nutes to Lake Mead, k 30 mm to Las Vegas Ap praised (130.000 Selling pnce $115,000 Call owner at 293^3046 B C SEWING MACHINE INSTRUCTIONS Need help with operation of your Sewing Machine* Com plete Instructions in your home Only saBS63-0lir HOSPITAL BED FOR SALE Set locludcs bed. bedside table 4 overbed (able 185 Good condition You haul Hems not sold separately St Rose de Lima Hosp 564^3622 ext 202 Hdn 565-0262 1976 Pontiac Firebird Silver w-white interior Air. full power. 6 cvl $.1950 Cal 564^5989 alterepm Y\RD WORK • TRACT CLEXNl'P Reasonable 564 3745 afXtr 5 2BDRM. APIS FOR ENT Call 565-9051, Descn Gardens Apts. Hdn. PATIOS, STEPS, COOL DECK AND REPAIR 30 yrs exp Hourly 456 1535 or 585 9306 -O——O— NO (lilt CMUa MlStWSa _>v BLACKMOUNTAIN --^^^^^ PLUMBING ^<>** • SEWER e, DRAIN cINf S CLEANED • / FAUCETS • GARBAGE DISPOSALS • / NEW FIXTURES INSTALLED ,' cOMMiciai. tisiMMTiai y ROatRT TODO 5 0*1*/ ZXH as: STARS Of TOMORROW ARE MINO lORN TODAY AT DANCE THEATRE WEST^ lAOtiSII Enioy the Mid&ft, Hwn } trim bock down by-|4fihV our ilimnoitkt clou -Wginniflq in Jomiory. Hwa (•r informotion. • • • • •"* • Joii-Top-GymrKHHct and Bolkf Sfortinf 09* 293-367)' •.:.•>• 5654749 6 WATKINS PtOOUCTS AVAIla.8lE. Coll S6S-61SI Hdn • CONTACTORJUCIN$| NO 10170 • '' Uayd Elliati Um lnllag ^ NOW WITH lOOf REPAIR ll-lOoWfr NIW CONSTRUCTION HOTROOf SHAKES SHINGLES TILE FREE ISTIMATES ,1^20 N lOUlOfR HWY HENDERSON, NEVADA Experienced — buy I will train — CASINO] CASHIERS. Swing k\ [Graveyard shifts av^ ailable. Apply^ at| Rainbow Club &; Casino, Casino ciBge, | anytime. • --' • '' Guitar Lessons for Beginner^"; Will come to your home PhJ-I 564-3337 before noon jC: •,HOUSE CLEANING BY EX-' PERIENCED COUPLE we do carpets, walls, noors] windows, etc. Call for apj>t. 283r5444. BC ":.'.. FOR SALE BY OWNER • 4 bdrm., 1^ bath, nice neighborhood. 1428 Bronco. BC. $72,000. Call 293-2791 after 5 p.m. • 1ACII-r(it. 10 and 12lv. ihift.293t&I5l. ••widar City ^Crc ConHf. I RCCEIVio • ^-n^nwi Hem* Nwi and iMiMtr CHv H*^ '•9t35 1 nursday, February 8,1979 PUT IT IN THE .^fWinnebeio Camper Shall for • :; ft. bed. Cargo door, Insiif, latcd. $J75. Ph, 21^4471, t>3Htniti (0 buy Immedialoly an electric porubit typewriter in good condition. Smith Corona preferrtd. Call .Teddy 3-17l6. R>1( SALE a bdrm. home, > bath, larie livini room, co-. vertd pa^lo. Block walla, 4BBMdiato occupancy ts,ooo. zaa-Tzv. B.C. ftXPERIENCED FOOD WAITRESS WANTED. Tray service exp. For swing shift at Nlek's Supper Clab. AlHytllp•non^om^S.No phone calla. Hda. roiV SALE • 10 speed bleycio 940., 4 game TV game $25. Lg. ssst. paperback books, Hlranew 50* each, and Bsby bft INFOIMATION CALL 293.3232 CUTE ONE lEMOOBIHOiaB ta CaMri I mbtf. 4IPECTACULAR VHtW OF LAKE MEAD One ofa kind .-38 acre building lot. BEAUTIFULLY KEPT VILLA DEL PRADO HOME 4 bdrm 1^ Bath, fireplace. 2 car garage Block wall encloses rear yard. Dosi't miss out on this spectacular home. YOU WILL ENJOY THIS 3 bdrm ,2 bath home Freshly painted, in tip-top cond. Extra large fTont driveway. R V. storage, large laadKaped baehyan), and atorage shed. Much, much, more. IF Y9U ARE LOOKING FOR A U' X BV Mobile Home. this one is for you. Deaort laadacaped, 2 bdrm., IH bath, 'iflcenc living room, very well kept. Adult park in Boul.(Uti^ty. EXCEPTIONAL 2 story home overlooklns B.C. Golf Course. Master bdrm suite Is M X 29, 3 car garage, approx 3400 sq. ft. liveable. -WARM YOURSELF BY A CRACKUN' FIRE in the family room fireplace. Thia well planned home features 4 l>drm, 2 batha, JennAir Cooktop Range, self cleaning oven, laundry room, formal dining and living area and garage plus work area. YOB WILL ENJOY THIS HOME IN THE YEARS TO COME Brick constructed 4 bdrm., 2H both on large shaded grounds, a view of Lake Mead and so much more. Located in B.C. at 1306 Denver St Call for details and appL to see. iJttUiMNG LOT with apactacular view of Lake Mead, apiy-oximately p acre. START THE NIW YEAR OUT RIGHT with thia 2 story. 3 bdrm, 2^ bath home. Located on Boulder City Golf Course, fourth green. Professionally landscaped, wood burning fireplace, separate family room and much, much more. Call for details. Enjoy the SPECTACULAR VIEW OF LAKE MEAD, from Uiis lovely 3 bdrm, 1^ bath home Gas fireplace in living room, spacious master bedrm. suite. Double garage. 3UiU)ING LOT IN SUBDIVISION U. Aigh lot 'wilfTa beautlAil i^ew. OWIMT is a licensed rear .estate saleijun. ON THE SIDE OF A MOUNTAIN! Beautiful raised lot overlooUng the laka with unrestricted view One ofa Kind! EXPELLENT FAMILY HOME. 4 bdrm., m bath. with family rm., Larfo eeracr lot with fenced in tackyiard. Excel!. neighborlMKKl. PRIPE OP OWNERSHIP describes this lovely specious 3 bdrm., 1% bath home with awimming MoL-Excellent location. Call our ottic* for detihi._.. '(^'DE-SAC LOT • excellent building lot Uut features ta even better view.' B(ilJM> YOUR DREAM HOME on one of tbea MMtvUion 11 loto • have liated. Call for infer, • atioa KAUTIPUL M X MOilU HOME Mi laadseapod let Covwad pattoaadearport with room fcrRV parUog. 1 rooaa of taraMare iaaladed. This U ai aicUeat bay. • >nnninmm>mMi^mm*ni.i.m. ^V "TtMra is ne aubatHuto for Experienci*^nCK BOW REALTYREALTORS REALTOR 833 NEVADA HWY., B.C. 293-2171 or 293-3402 AFTER HOURS CALL BobBlair 203-2049 Carl Cowan 293-1499 Andrea Anderson 293 2158 • KaUe Cartlidge 293-2254 MicheleHess 293-1277 Tom Bryan ..^ 293-3475 Claude Smith 293-4020 11 MLS M JasieeCrawlted— IHfcMa Eeto k.SlMa „. I mt: Ser\ ICC. Bob Ward. 239 Kansas, Henderson. Ph. 564-3094. 4 BDRM. 2 BATH, CUSTOM HOME BY GOLK COURSE. Fireplace, dining nwm, all electric, Irg. master bdrm. block wall. RV and pool sized lot. Auto sprinklers. Maintenance free front yard. J87.500. 293-4630 BC. AKC Miniature Black Dachshund Stud Service. S65 935<> before 9 a.m. or after l\M) p.m. FOR RENT • KJtcheaetie*. iS( wk. UdMaa paM. Mdy Ra(l Motd. 5e5-76M. :'. lAfiD SALES Paradise Hills 10 acres 65,006 5 acres 36,500 I acre 12.500 l'/4 acre 14,000 See us for details; Fidelity Realty Realtors R 2126 Boulder Hiway, Henderson 565-6427 or 736-8915 r ADVERTISERS I PLEASE PROOF | Your ad the first day | in 4 BDRM 2 BATH 6 mns. old. lllliiy iciDm. cusiom drapes Auto sprinklers, prices to sell. $65,900. 2M-46J0. B.C. OFFICE HELP: Lady to work in busy office. Experience re"quired Kelly's Glass. L.V. 451-9302. FOR RENT• 400s f Office, with or without enclo&ed Storage Yard. Ample Parking, easy access to Boulder Hwy. Rent includes all utilities except phone For information, call 564-2555. case an error occurs. The Henderson | asI I Home News will sume no responsibil I ity after the firgt day of I publication. Error j claims must be made I immediately. j tanytime. SAND. GRAVEL, TOF SOIL k LANDSCAPE lOCK, Call tM-2ll9. B.C. COOLER COVERS Custom Canvas Awning 162t Boulder Hwy. !!l!:l' I 564-1098 LICENSED CHILD CARE in my home 565-7412 Hdn. QUALITY CUSTOM FRAMING The Burk Gal'ry 400 Nevada Hwy. 293 3999 FREE FILM OR CASH DIS COUNT ON ALL FILMS,' Frinled and dtveleyed at VANS NEVADA DRUG., BOULDER CITY, NV. TEDDV S KITCHENETTES "Jutt briag yeur laathbrush" 293-I7I4 >9aimmmtttnn^^ ** BOULDER ELECTRIC Licensed, bonded, insured Lie. No 15197. b -Call 293 1097 or 293 4899 V niiiiiu i ir ram nnrf FORUASE THREE BEAUTIFUL HOMES Near Park with View 4 bdrm 2 bath $425 Interior decorators home. 4 bdrm., 2 bath w-Las Vegas view. 9475. New 4 bdrm.. 2 bath. 2 story. Many home features. $550 CRUTIjEYA DA PROraiTIS CO, IKAlTOftS |L.^564.2|7S 1 3C sac 550 j 'I J |(&6.A."CiiiiC!i''Swift JLicensed Real Estate Brolcer — HOMESBEAUTIFUL NEW HOME NEAR THE GOLF COURSE!! 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, custom built 972,450 00 IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY!! PRICE REDUCED'! 4 bedrooms, 2 bath, 9 years old. Fireplace, near schools. 969,900 FREE FORM POOL!! 3 bedroom, 2 bath, double garage. $82,000 00. BEAUTIFUL NEW!! 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, 974,500.00. cathedral ceilings, fireplace EXCELLENT LOCATION!! 3 bedroom, 2 bath, new. Fireplace. $73,900.00. Family room. — MOIIU HOMES — IN GINGERWOOD • ADULTS 2 bedroom, 1 bath. 919,400.00. 12 X 60 EXPANDOI! REDUCED!! 1099 Broadmore, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, in Gingerwood. Immediate occupancy, adults only 913,900.00. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION PRICE REDUCED!! 933,900 buys thia near new mobile home in M4M Park Adults only. BEAUTIFUL SFLIT LEVEL!! ADULTS ONLY!! 1909square feet x 90' On MouaUin VisU lot 999,900 12 I 70 NEW 922.900!! Adults only 3 bedroom 2 baths. Possession today. 2 BEDROOM 12 x 90 919,40011 This one has a 10 x 30 add-on. In M4M Park. AdulU only A good buy. SEWING MACHINE SERVICE SPECIAL I will clean, oil, adjust top and bottom tensions in your iiome with no service call charge for ... LOW: $5.95 Automatic i free arm machines, add $2.00. ALL WORK GUARANTEED PboM 565-0255 ti • nil HENDERSON ONLY 17 yn. iiptriMci t CLTOM N.CARReTT RCaLTV BROKCR PHONE 293.3333 Vivian Richards Bart Hyde Carol Rozieh Elton M. Garrett 19T7 AIRSTREAM 911.990 29'. Many extras like new Only [B TNi OOMI UAlTOe Cesntf UIOWa> rt fyron Graham-....93-144' Tom Friary jn-n90 Mel Dunaway 1B9-)4]| Shirley Fhiliips Xt^VM G.A. "CHrly" Baltk MLS 554 Ntvada Hwy., Bewidtr Cif BARGAIN TIME 3 bedroom. 2 balhs. Priced under other homes in mature neighborhood. $59,900 HIGH ON THE MOUNTAIN Below Appraisal. Mas ter bedroom suite has Jacuzzi and Fireplace. Must see to appreciate this luxury home. II15.00O. RARE FIND 3 bedrooms, 2 bath home with 16 X 30 pool, plus spa Good terms. Only $76,500. VIEW OF CITY Building lots overlook Boulder City and Eldorado Valley. Over % .\cre. Prices begin at $25,000. LAKEVIEW SITES Drive. Over 1 3 Acre Desirable lot Ortly $38,500 oa Wood acre TlwDMM'arMll... Sue Broadbcnt ...J9-iai Ullian ColIlM 9M-7961 Naacy Miirplur 3IS-3M EdHarvtjr JIB-1937 S93-19N HIGHWAY FRONTAGEerty See us for details on propFOR RENT New 2 bedroom. 24 bath apt.. unfUrn. except for built-lns. $365.00 per month MOTEL FOR SALE Details to qualiried parties WE HAVE MYEtS WE NEED USTlNOS 31 YIARS nONEEMNO REAL ESTATE IN lOULOCI QTY 1 ";i /,

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    '^^" .;:'.Tf. -Jr'f*w • 'HMJMWI HtHM Ntwt ami lowMw City Nwt NfcM Thursday, February 8,197^ Young American Homc^ City View Terrace 2,3 b 4 Bedrooms PrioBd Wl0 FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 bdrm, l\ bath, nice neighborhood. 1428 Bronco, BC, 172,000. Call 293-2791 after 5 p.m. NIVWA We repair Appliances, lawn mower { Home Repairs Cooler Repairs Located in Jack's Rental Center L 440 Water St. in 3 BDRM.. 2 BATH HOME, family room, carpeting, drapes, many extras. Corner lot near golf course |74,300. By owner 293^5130. BC. MOTEL ROOMS k KITCHENETTES Color TVs. Utilities and Linens. WEEKLY Ph Harry. 491 2446 WANTED Warehouse k delivery man. Apply at 147 Water SL, Henderson. 1970 MOBILE HOME • 17x5*. 2 bdrm., 2 bath, large rooms, washer, dryer, d-w, self cleaning dbl. oven. Must be moved by Oct. 1. 293-3007. BC. 565-0102 ANTIQUE Country Huteh for sale Ph. 297-1236. C.C. Kor rent: 1, 2, 4 3 bdrm. trail ers $30 to S60 wk Call 385 • ;76.1or565 7141 Hdn. 2 BDRM TRAILER FOR RENT Newly remodeled 2 children welcomed. $280 per mo. plus $50./lep. Util. not included Greentree St.. Winterwood Estates, (off Nelhs Blvd) Call S6M990. FOR SALE 67 Fleetwood Mobile Home 10xS7 ft. 2 bdrm. in Ballerina. Park Ave. 500. Henderson. Nev. Priced for quick sale. See after 4 p.m Ph. 564-5912. GLAZIER NEEDED Call Kelly Glass Co 451 5153 PAINTER Inlerier, exterior. 18 years experience. Per free estimate, call 38MIN. BY OWNER!! In Henderson 2 houses for price of one. Duplex. Total 6 bdrms 2H baths. Fine neighborhood, 2 patios. 1 yr. old. New carpet., drapes, mirrors, k paint. $69,500 or best offer Ph. 645-3222 MCOMI-TAX 12 4 3 bdrm furn ar uafiirn Hrad Trir HavrA RENT. NEW HOME.Henderson area, 3 bdrm.. 2 bath. $425.1st. last & depo. 29-tS33. BC Audit Service 4 Other Benefits 5454410 for appointment 2 COMMERCIAL LOTS down town B C. asking $72,500 293-4556 HENDERSON HONEY! Pool 4Kids! 2 bright bdrms! Air! $250! Active RenUls 382-1711 Singer Authorised Dealer • SORENSENS SEWING CENTER 509 Ave C. BC 293-3770. FOR SALE 2 Boulder City Corral lots. Registered Bay Gelding quarterhorse, 8 yrs old. Quarter horse. 6 yrs. old. Gelding 3 yrs old 293 2247 B C fAMWAY PRbDOCT$| XHousehold cleaning pro I Tducts. food supplements.' GOfRAl CONnUCTM Quality Work Remotiel Customs FraminK —Concrete Pat IDS, Etc Licensed 4 Bonded 54-5J03 AMWAY PRODUCTS ousehold cleai ducts, food suppli products for yourself Call 293-4429 for immediate delivery WANTED Sandwich, piiia person Swing shift. Apply in person at Lucky Club. 124 Market St 9-5 564-3472 Hdn RUMMAGE SALE Sat, Feb 10 in BCHS Gym, fhim 3 p m. to 5 p.m. To raise money for new pitching machine. Everyone welcome BC RETIRED COUPLE wish to re turn to Boulder City No pets Want 2 bdrm unf apt or duplex Have local references Call 642 1680. iBooooooooooeoo n • HOMES •ACREAGE • COMMERCIAL V.(3R) REALTORS 565-8947 125 W. LAKE MEAD DR. HENDERSON, NEVADA BLAME NO ONE BUT YOURSELF!! If you miss out on this new three bedroom. 2 bath home that IS decorated nicely. A perfect bouse for a family as it has a large yard Priced $44,000 Eves. Call 565-9453 SUPREME LIVING AT ITS BEST Gorgeous townhouse on the Las Vegas Country Club with Spanish Style decor A Roman-tub you have to see to believe with beautiful tile work thni-out New custom drapes and carpets plus all appliances Priced $87,500. Eves Call 565-9453 LOOKIN', FOR THE BESr Then you must see this one' Spacious 3200 sq ft home on a half acre .Many custom features too numerous to mention Prjced $96,000 Eves Call 564^2332 A FAMILY DELIGHT Fouri)edroom Lewis Home only one year old located in a quiet rul desac Close to new grade school and O'Callaghan Park Eves 564-2332 LOCATION LOCATION Elegant Black Mountain Country Club area 3.298 sq ft of lush 4 plush living area. 2 Spacious bedrooms, study or 3rd bedroom 2W baths, custom kitchen, dining area, dual fireplace in large liVing room 4 3 car finished garage Just waiung for the right buyer Eves 56&-6897 AN EYE ON THE FUTURE Here's a super 3 bedroom. 2 bath home with beam ceilings panelled 4 mirrored livingroom All this plus carpeting, drapes, refrigerator, stove, garbage disposal, new water heater 4 much more Eves 565-6897. C 2 PKOPERTY 35 Acre super buy K Mart now developing in this area. Eves 565^897 WE HAVE Vi LOTS IN SECTION 9 with good view of Vegas Valley Eves 565^897 CALL FOR INFORMATION ON OUR NEW TRACT OF YOUNG AMERICAN HOMES IN HENDERSON PRICED FROM $39J50 TO $48JS0 FHA AND VA HNANCING AVAIlABlE. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Vivian Erick.son. Broker... 565 M53 Kalherine Mitchell 565-6897 Jerry Bergemeyer „ 381-7193 Diane Barlow 564-2332 James Smalley 564-5416Travi.^ Johnson ^ 645-2239 John Woodruff 293 5482 RADIO LOST at basketball court behind Texas St. Had a tape in it. Reward. Lost sometime after Christmas. 564 5969 Hdn. WILL CARE FOR CHILDREN UP TO 5 YRS Anytime. 56V069.< Hdn. BEAUTIFUL \ ACRE VIEW building lot, in great Henderson location, with power 4 water, for only $15,500, Austin Realty. Inc Realtors 457-3123 REFRIGERATOR FOR SALE $50 Steel desk 4 Chair. $165 Ph after 6, S6V78S3 Hdn HOUSEWIFE WOULD LIKE STEADY INCOME HOUSECLEANING. Ph. Mary after 6 565-7853. Hdn. HENDERSON LOCATION 2 bdrm Condominium. Rent or lease Less for Lease! For details ph 457 7283 TRAVEL TRAILER 1977 Nomad 21' w-air Fully self contained Priced below book. 293-4450 after 5 p m. BC R 4 LAND IN BLOOMING HENDERSON 10 acres with plans for 250 units, terms available at an excel. lent price. Austin Realty Inc Realtors. 457 3123 PROFESSIONAL OFFICE NEEDS GIRL FRIDAY. No experience needed. Will train Non smoker. Send handwritten resume to P 0. Box GK. Henderson. Nev. 89015 I I I Your ad the first day | in case an error ocI curs. The Boulder City { News will assume no • responsibility after j the first day of publiI cation. Error claims | must be made im• mediately. | L '—J BIG JOHN BLETSCH JS H^CKathis Auto Wrecking Garage 4 Tow Service 1631 Foothill. BC 293 4661 ELECTROLUX representing Boulder City and Hender son 293.')644or384 9726ask for Jim NEED A CAR'' New in town'' Old in Town' No credit' Short time on the job' Only $100. $200, $300 or $400 down' Need an Automobile to gel around' Contact us. We approve our own con tracts Instant delivery We will pick yott up4 bring you to our rar lot Just tele phone 564 5909 Nevada Auto Sales 1813 N BIdr Hwv Henderson. Nev One block !>outh of Sunset Blvd. & Kldr Hwy ADVERTISERS PLEASE PROOF PROFESSIONAL KARATE INSTRUCTOR will trade lessons to teenager for light work. ieyVXt Hdn. TYPEWRITER FOR SALE; One STD Brother Valiant machine. Like new w-catc, std. keyboard manual. This is not a dime store • acbine. Ideal for High Khool scholar Price. |89. as Van Wagtnen St Hdn. FOR SALE BY OWNER Lewis Home. 6 yrs. old. Present loan 7%. 4 bdrm,, 2 bths.; den, new 18 x 26 family rm. w-fireplace. Gas 4 Etec. Has lawn, fruit trees, storage shed. Close to schools. BEST BUY IN HDN. S6S-0137. MI.XED FIREWOOD FOR SALE Ph. 56MS67. Hdn. SNOW TIRES FOR SALE: Two H-78 IS" Goodyear Snow tires w-steel studs. Like new. $17.50 each. 223 Van Wagenen St.. Hdn. If you would like to purchase a brand new LaDolce Vita 2 bdrm., 14 bath townhouse in Boulder City for about $2000 under the current prices contact Austin Realty, Inc Realton 457-3123. AccousticalCeilines 4 Interior 4 Exterior painting 564-1770 Learn to drive with Las Vegas School of Driving. Specialising in nervous 4 handicapped persons. All ages. Day 4 evening instruction Free home pickup 732 7664 m FRIGIDAIRE 15 2 cu ft self defrost.5 mos old $300 Call 565-9483 after 3pm Hdn. HELP WANTED Station at tendant. Experienced Apply at Zike's Hdn Texaco. Water 4 Lake Mead. Hdn. ^_ INSIDE DOORS Screech door w-hdw. Your choice. $5. each 564-1648 Hdn. DIVORCE SETTLEMENT 1978 Singer Zig Zag sewing machine New cond used 4 mos buttonholes, fancy stitches.'sews stretch mat erial, monagrams. darns. etc Cabinet included As sume payments or full cash balance S5S41 Call days, evenings, or weekends 647693 L V RICK S MARINE SERVICE Certified Merc Mech lOyrs exp Merc Volvo. Chrysler 4 Jets OMC 565^7956 Hdn L\RGE TENT THMI.ER. sleeps 8. stove, ice box. good cond $750 293 4051 8 a m, to 2 p m BC VEGAS TYPEWRITER RE PAIR 1601 E Sahara. Us Vegas 735 7325 Our spe cialty, used, rebuilt typewriters Satisfaction guaranteed FOR RENT 2 bdrm. apt see at 6S2 Ave B B C HENDERSON ^ MASONRY A CONCRniMC License No 15256 Quality Concrete 4 Masonry \ll work guaran teed Call Bob 564 1487 or Mr I ,Vi,V7:i36 COUNTRY HORSE RANCH! Acres! Corrals! H Util.l Kids! $3S0.! AcUve RenUls 382-1711, TWO NEW BOULDER CITY CONDOS, in La Dolce ViU. Luxury 2 bdrm. condos for sale by owner. 1 due for completion 1st of March. 2nd is occupied by owner. 293-4171. B.C. INDIVIDUAL 4 CONTRACTOR CONSULTANTS. Bob O'Dell, 2130 Boulder Hwy. 565-0417 565-0516. Hdn. WILL BABYSIT 4 or 5 hrs, weekdays. Ph. 565-8046, Hdn HORSE CORRALS FOR RENT IN BC -293 1821 BC I FHA.VA RNANCING EXCUJSIVE SALES AGENTS Roberts Realty S654I947 125 W. lAKE MEAD ORa DMC* Ij-wm $35,500. FHA ASSUMPTION. Henderson 3 bdrm., IVi bath, 2 story Condo on Cul de Sac across trom the pool. For sale by owner. No brokers please. 361-1471. after 6. 'f5^ Rosacrest Cabinets, Inc HENDERSON, NEVADA &nETc; 565*7472 SILVER ROWE KENNELS Boarding Grooming Training Pick Up4 Delivery service 1949 Parkson Road 564-1983 SKYUNE BUILDING CO. 293-S114 Lie 15487 Custom Homes, Additions j and Remodeling. BC LOOKING FOR WORK ?? • ^" • ^ HENDERSON JOB SOVKE 119 WATER ST. Offers NO^ Placements In a Variety of Jobs PROFESSIONAL' { •TECHNICAL A •CLERICAL SERVICE •SALES # w^m •TRADES Of^Sf" FULL 4 \^ • PART TIME STATE OF NEVADA EMPLOfMENT SECURITY DEPARTMENT (ESD) OTHER ESD OFFICES AT: 135 S. 8th. l.V. 2071 L.V. Blvd. No.. N.L.V. CHILD C\RE: Licensed home in CT Sewell Area 564 2570 ft 8 III n n I n Television and Specialties of Bowlder City Custom .\ntennas lor the most in viewing and listen inKplpa^'Ure PH 293 4976 aeaeae* irn-innt-B t i TV ?8838888*S>^^ REAL ESTATE UCENSEES WANTED to work in a new branch ofTice that just opened in B.C. Excellent training program. Excellent commission structure New ofTice w-excellenf surroundings. Be part of this growing company Call Henderson Really. Inc. todavJSB3-2151 for an interview. ){ (F Tippetts Construction FREE E.STIMATES REMODELING PATIO COVERS ADDITIONS DeVan Tippetts (ownen Lie No 13904 PH565-05e ;(CtPlINCTi;ilE Arthrllls, barsltis. migraine, asthma, allcrfy. sirake, sciatica, siaas, • • • t, ^raslalc. 7U-7841 SIGNS by BERTIE DUPLEX FOR SALE, downtown location, landscaped, fenced, owner license 293-4950. B.C. FOR RENT • 3 bdrm 2 bath, family rm. utility rm., dup1 lex, in BC Call 293 3638 \ after 6 p.m. HAVE YOU THOUGHT OF YOUR LOVED ONE ON VALENTINES DAY? How about a beautifully decorated cake? Delicious and home made. Give us a call at 293-3863 or come in the BAKERY SHOPPE at 546 Nev Hwy, BC Free delivery! MURRAY BUILDERS Bonded „ LirNo 15084 Patio covers. Room Addi lions. Remodel, New Con struclion. if In a Hurry, Call MUR RAY293 3100 HOME FOR SALE 3 bdrm 2 bath, garage, large fenced yard, automatic sprinkler system $64,900 293 3843 BC. LARGE 3 bdrm home for rent. 2 bath, fireplace, nice yd., fenced No pets. $375 plus deposit. Avail. Feb 15 Ph. 564-2377. Hdn. • I ^^^ I I REWARD I I for recovery of gold | i rope necklace. Lost in I vicinity of Rainbow I I Club-2 weeks ago. See | cage cashiers, Rain| I bow Club & Casino, | i Henderson. j $15,000 UNDER APPRAISAL B C Custom 4 bdrm 2S bath home on Vi acre zoned for horses Master bdrm has fireplace, dressing rm k Jacutii Family rm w-wet bar li fireplace Country kJtchen has built in break i fast bar wJenn Air range, Litton dbl Microwave oven, dishwasher, trash compactor 4 walk in pantry Home IS located on Mountain set ting overlooking B C 5 mi nutes to Lake Mead, k 30 mm to Las Vegas Ap praised (130.000 Selling pnce $115,000 Call owner at 293^3046 B C SEWING MACHINE INSTRUCTIONS Need help with operation of your Sewing Machine* Com plete Instructions in your home Only saBS63-0lir HOSPITAL BED FOR SALE Set locludcs bed. bedside table 4 overbed (able 185 Good condition You haul Hems not sold separately St Rose de Lima Hosp 564^3622 ext 202 Hdn 565-0262 1976 Pontiac Firebird Silver w-white interior Air. full power. 6 cvl $.1950 Cal 564^5989 alterepm Y\RD WORK • TRACT CLEXNl'P Reasonable 564 3745 afXtr 5 2BDRM. APIS FOR ENT Call 565-9051, Descn Gardens Apts. Hdn. PATIOS, STEPS, COOL DECK AND REPAIR 30 yrs exp Hourly 456 1535 or 585 9306 -O——O— NO (lilt CMUa MlStWSa _>v BLACKMOUNTAIN --^^^^^ PLUMBING ^<>** • SEWER e, DRAIN cINf S CLEANED • / FAUCETS • GARBAGE DISPOSALS • / NEW FIXTURES INSTALLED ,' cOMMiciai. tisiMMTiai y ROatRT TODO 5 0*1*/ ZXH as: STARS Of TOMORROW ARE MINO lORN TODAY AT DANCE THEATRE WEST^ lAOtiSII Enioy the Mid&ft, Hwn } trim bock down by-|4fihV our ilimnoitkt clou -Wginniflq in Jomiory. Hwa (•r informotion. • • • • •"* • Joii-Top-GymrKHHct and Bolkf Sfortinf 09* 293-367)' •.:.•>• 5654749 6 WATKINS PtOOUCTS AVAIla.8lE. Coll S6S-61SI Hdn • CONTACTORJUCIN$| NO 10170 • '' Uayd Elliati Um lnllag ^ NOW WITH lOOf REPAIR ll-lOoWfr NIW CONSTRUCTION HOTROOf SHAKES SHINGLES TILE FREE ISTIMATES ,1^20 N lOUlOfR HWY HENDERSON, NEVADA Experienced — buy I will train — CASINO] CASHIERS. Swing k\ [Graveyard shifts av^ ailable. Apply^ at| Rainbow Club &; Casino, Casino ciBge, | anytime. • --' • '' Guitar Lessons for Beginner^"; Will come to your home PhJ-I 564-3337 before noon jC: •,HOUSE CLEANING BY EX-' PERIENCED COUPLE we do carpets, walls, noors] windows, etc. Call for apj>t. 283r5444. BC ":.'.. FOR SALE BY OWNER • 4 bdrm., 1^ bath, nice neighborhood. 1428 Bronco. BC. $72,000. Call 293-2791 after 5 p.m. • 1ACII-r(it. 10 and 12lv. ihift.293t&I5l. ••widar City ^Crc ConHf. I RCCEIVio • ^-n^nwi Hem* Nwi and iMiMtr CHv H*^ '•9t35 1 nursday, February 8,1979 PUT IT IN THE .^fWinnebeio Camper Shall for • :; ft. bed. Cargo door, Insiif, latcd. $J75. Ph, 21^4471, t>3Htniti (0 buy Immedialoly an electric porubit typewriter in good condition. Smith Corona preferrtd. Call .Teddy 3-17l6. R>1( SALE a bdrm. home, > bath, larie livini room, co-. vertd pa^lo. Block walla, 4BBMdiato occupancy ts,ooo. zaa-Tzv. B.C. ftXPERIENCED FOOD WAITRESS WANTED. Tray service exp. For swing shift at Nlek's Supper Clab. AlHytllp•non^om^S.No phone calla. Hda. roiV SALE • 10 speed bleycio 940., 4 game TV game $25. Lg. ssst. paperback books, Hlranew 50* each, and Bsby bft INFOIMATION CALL 293.3232 CUTE ONE lEMOOBIHOiaB ta CaMri I mbtf. 4IPECTACULAR VHtW OF LAKE MEAD One ofa kind .-38 acre building lot. BEAUTIFULLY KEPT VILLA DEL PRADO HOME 4 bdrm 1^ Bath, fireplace. 2 car garage Block wall encloses rear yard. Dosi't miss out on this spectacular home. YOU WILL ENJOY THIS 3 bdrm ,2 bath home Freshly painted, in tip-top cond. Extra large fTont driveway. R V. storage, large laadKaped baehyan), and atorage shed. Much, much, more. IF Y9U ARE LOOKING FOR A U' X BV Mobile Home. this one is for you. Deaort laadacaped, 2 bdrm., IH bath, 'iflcenc living room, very well kept. Adult park in Boul.(Uti^ty. EXCEPTIONAL 2 story home overlooklns B.C. Golf Course. Master bdrm suite Is M X 29, 3 car garage, approx 3400 sq. ft. liveable. -WARM YOURSELF BY A CRACKUN' FIRE in the family room fireplace. Thia well planned home features 4 l>drm, 2 batha, JennAir Cooktop Range, self cleaning oven, laundry room, formal dining and living area and garage plus work area. YOB WILL ENJOY THIS HOME IN THE YEARS TO COME Brick constructed 4 bdrm., 2H both on large shaded grounds, a view of Lake Mead and so much more. Located in B.C. at 1306 Denver St Call for details and appL to see. iJttUiMNG LOT with apactacular view of Lake Mead, apiy-oximately p acre. START THE NIW YEAR OUT RIGHT with thia 2 story. 3 bdrm, 2^ bath home. Located on Boulder City Golf Course, fourth green. Professionally landscaped, wood burning fireplace, separate family room and much, much more. Call for details. Enjoy the SPECTACULAR VIEW OF LAKE MEAD, from Uiis lovely 3 bdrm, 1^ bath home Gas fireplace in living room, spacious master bedrm. suite. Double garage. 3UiU)ING LOT IN SUBDIVISION U. Aigh lot 'wilfTa beautlAil i^ew. OWIMT is a licensed rear .estate saleijun. ON THE SIDE OF A MOUNTAIN! Beautiful raised lot overlooUng the laka with unrestricted view One ofa Kind! EXPELLENT FAMILY HOME. 4 bdrm., m bath. with family rm., Larfo eeracr lot with fenced in tackyiard. Excel!. neighborlMKKl. PRIPE OP OWNERSHIP describes this lovely specious 3 bdrm., 1% bath home with awimming MoL-Excellent location. Call our ottic* for detihi._.. '(^'DE-SAC LOT • excellent building lot Uut features ta even better view.' B(ilJM> YOUR DREAM HOME on one of tbea MMtvUion 11 loto • have liated. Call for infer, • atioa KAUTIPUL M X MOilU HOME Mi laadseapod let Covwad pattoaadearport with room fcrRV parUog. 1 rooaa of taraMare iaaladed. This U ai aicUeat bay. • >nnninmm>mMi^mm*ni.i.m. ^V "TtMra is ne aubatHuto for Experienci*^nCK BOW REALTYREALTORS REALTOR 833 NEVADA HWY., B.C. 293-2171 or 293-3402 AFTER HOURS CALL BobBlair 203-2049 Carl Cowan 293-1499 Andrea Anderson 293 2158 • KaUe Cartlidge 293-2254 MicheleHess 293-1277 Tom Bryan ..^ 293-3475 Claude Smith 293-4020 11 MLS M JasieeCrawlted— IHfcMa Eeto k.SlMa „. I mt: Ser\ ICC. Bob Ward. 239 Kansas, Henderson. Ph. 564-3094. 4 BDRM. 2 BATH, CUSTOM HOME BY GOLK COURSE. Fireplace, dining nwm, all electric, Irg. master bdrm. block wall. RV and pool sized lot. Auto sprinklers. Maintenance free front yard. J87.500. 293-4630 BC. AKC Miniature Black Dachshund Stud Service. S65 935<> before 9 a.m. or after l\M) p.m. FOR RENT • KJtcheaetie*. iS( wk. UdMaa paM. Mdy Ra(l Motd. 5e5-76M. :'. lAfiD SALES Paradise Hills 10 acres 65,006 5 acres 36,500 I acre 12.500 l'/4 acre 14,000 See us for details; Fidelity Realty Realtors R 2126 Boulder Hiway, Henderson 565-6427 or 736-8915 r ADVERTISERS I PLEASE PROOF | Your ad the first day | in 4 BDRM 2 BATH 6 mns. old. lllliiy iciDm. cusiom drapes Auto sprinklers, prices to sell. $65,900. 2M-46J0. B.C. OFFICE HELP: Lady to work in busy office. Experience re"quired Kelly's Glass. L.V. 451-9302. FOR RENT• 400s f Office, with or without enclo&ed Storage Yard. Ample Parking, easy access to Boulder Hwy. Rent includes all utilities except phone For information, call 564-2555. case an error occurs. The Henderson | asI I Home News will sume no responsibil I ity after the firgt day of I publication. Error j claims must be made I immediately. j tanytime. SAND. GRAVEL, TOF SOIL k LANDSCAPE lOCK, Call tM-2ll9. B.C. COOLER COVERS Custom Canvas Awning 162t Boulder Hwy. !!l!:l' I 564-1098 LICENSED CHILD CARE in my home 565-7412 Hdn. QUALITY CUSTOM FRAMING The Burk Gal'ry 400 Nevada Hwy. 293 3999 FREE FILM OR CASH DIS COUNT ON ALL FILMS,' Frinled and dtveleyed at VANS NEVADA DRUG., BOULDER CITY, NV. TEDDV S KITCHENETTES "Jutt briag yeur laathbrush" 293-I7I4 >9aimmmtttnn^^ ** BOULDER ELECTRIC Licensed, bonded, insured Lie. No 15197. b -Call 293 1097 or 293 4899 V niiiiiu i ir ram nnrf FORUASE THREE BEAUTIFUL HOMES Near Park with View 4 bdrm 2 bath $425 Interior decorators home. 4 bdrm., 2 bath w-Las Vegas view. 9475. New 4 bdrm.. 2 bath. 2 story. Many home features. $550 CRUTIjEYA DA PROraiTIS CO, IKAlTOftS |L.^564.2|7S 1 3C sac 550 j 'I J |(&6.A."CiiiiC!i''Swift JLicensed Real Estate Brolcer — HOMESBEAUTIFUL NEW HOME NEAR THE GOLF COURSE!! 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, custom built 972,450 00 IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY!! PRICE REDUCED'! 4 bedrooms, 2 bath, 9 years old. Fireplace, near schools. 969,900 FREE FORM POOL!! 3 bedroom, 2 bath, double garage. $82,000 00. BEAUTIFUL NEW!! 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, 974,500.00. cathedral ceilings, fireplace EXCELLENT LOCATION!! 3 bedroom, 2 bath, new. Fireplace. $73,900.00. Family room. — MOIIU HOMES — IN GINGERWOOD • ADULTS 2 bedroom, 1 bath. 919,400.00. 12 X 60 EXPANDOI! REDUCED!! 1099 Broadmore, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, in Gingerwood. Immediate occupancy, adults only 913,900.00. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION PRICE REDUCED!! 933,900 buys thia near new mobile home in M4M Park Adults only. BEAUTIFUL SFLIT LEVEL!! ADULTS ONLY!! 1909square feet x 90' On MouaUin VisU lot 999,900 12 I 70 NEW 922.900!! Adults only 3 bedroom 2 baths. Possession today. 2 BEDROOM 12 x 90 919,40011 This one has a 10 x 30 add-on. In M4M Park. AdulU only A good buy. SEWING MACHINE SERVICE SPECIAL I will clean, oil, adjust top and bottom tensions in your iiome with no service call charge for ... LOW: $5.95 Automatic i free arm machines, add $2.00. ALL WORK GUARANTEED PboM 565-0255 ti • nil HENDERSON ONLY 17 yn. iiptriMci t CLTOM N.CARReTT RCaLTV BROKCR PHONE 293.3333 Vivian Richards Bart Hyde Carol Rozieh Elton M. Garrett 19T7 AIRSTREAM 911.990 29'. Many extras like new Only [B TNi OOMI UAlTOe Cesntf UIOWa> rt fyron Graham-....93-144' Tom Friary jn-n90 Mel Dunaway 1B9-)4]| Shirley Fhiliips Xt^VM G.A. "CHrly" Baltk MLS 554 Ntvada Hwy., Bewidtr Cif BARGAIN TIME 3 bedroom. 2 balhs. Priced under other homes in mature neighborhood. $59,900 HIGH ON THE MOUNTAIN Below Appraisal. Mas ter bedroom suite has Jacuzzi and Fireplace. Must see to appreciate this luxury home. II15.00O. RARE FIND 3 bedrooms, 2 bath home with 16 X 30 pool, plus spa Good terms. Only $76,500. VIEW OF CITY Building lots overlook Boulder City and Eldorado Valley. Over % .\cre. Prices begin at $25,000. LAKEVIEW SITES Drive. Over 1 3 Acre Desirable lot Ortly $38,500 oa Wood acre TlwDMM'arMll... Sue Broadbcnt ...J9-iai Ullian ColIlM 9M-7961 Naacy Miirplur 3IS-3M EdHarvtjr JIB-1937 S93-19N HIGHWAY FRONTAGEerty See us for details on propFOR RENT New 2 bedroom. 24 bath apt.. unfUrn. except for built-lns. $365.00 per month MOTEL FOR SALE Details to qualiried parties WE HAVE MYEtS WE NEED USTlNOS 31 YIARS nONEEMNO REAL ESTATE IN lOULOCI QTY 1 ";i /,

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    IEII..iM VEBM 18 FMaiDlY F9RD )jutUr^ RUM Mi 1971PMTO I NOI c^ ufi, omiVH csn, 4 cyliNv iniini, 4 KMo wwwniMn, rack nd pMw iiMrln& nal dbc brAn, osti I vMwl bucM Mil, mini oontote, nlir toyid cvpft A78x13 WSW Vm. *M. daluxa wtiaal oovars, bodyiMa noHttngi, brlglM wMow namai, ilictric raar ddroatar, AM radio, mini conaola, dilun bumair group, tconofntcw • utpmtiMi mo uuniwuwi fio. iswi. *4195 MUBlAr^Q 9IIMI0 NEW 1979 RUTIUN 2 DOOR'VORT' 2300 cc Ovartwad cam. 4 cyllndar angina, 4 ipaad nnsffllsaton pow stetrmg. poiirar front disc tiniiaa. Air conditioni n g, AM radn. intarior accant group, tint glaia. conaola, ^ort opUon, B78xl4 WSW Urn, p(i ttripaa. color kayad carpat. lodatHa glove box, taeiwflialar. tamp, oil 4 alt uugis, iMfflpir rut) strips, (4) styM tiael ailMals & trlin rings, '1la Naw Bread" No. 2212. *5395 RVMR NEW 1979 LTD 2 DOOR V8 angina, automatic transmission, ponrer steering, power front disc brakes. Air conditioning. AM radio, tint glaas, deluxe wheel coaws. power side windows, bright rocker moldlnga. LTD sound package. FR78x14 WSW radials. tilt siaartng whaal. bodyside ffloMlngs. "f>urs Driving Pleasure' No. 2131. *5995 a:^';^ DRANO NEW 1979 FMRMNT STATION WA60N 6 Cylinder engine, automatic, power steering, power front disc bralies AIR. interior accent voup. exterior oecor group, tint glass. AM/fM stereo radio, deluxe bumper group, convenience group. 0A78X14 WSW radials. lockaMe storage box. ckiiti seat trim, urgo area carpet, brigtit moMlngs. "From TIM Wagon Master No. 1562. *Sd95 DRANO NEW 1979 LTD 4 DOOR V8 engine, automatic transmission, power $tewlng. power front disc brakes, an conditioning, clock, deluxe bun>psr group. bumper rub strips AM ridio, exterior accant ffoup. protection group, tint glass renwte mirror, FR78x14 WSW raoiais. dual accent painf stripes, deluxe wtieel covers, power vent system, LTD sound pacKage. deluxe steering wfwel, brigitt rocker moldings. "Quiet is the Sound Of A Well Made Carl' No. 2025 a fi3S£ l%mJknl DRANO NEW 1979 TNUNDENMRO V8 engine automatic transmission, power steering, powv front disc brakes, air conOitwimg vinyi roof Hfl78x15 WSW radlals. AM/FM stereo radio interior decor group, tim glass, opera windows, lull wheel covers, clock, bumper guards, remote mirror, wide bodyside moldings. "Why Drive. Ely!"" No, 2060. *6995 MIANO NEW 1979 FAIMWNT \ DOOR 23 Lite. 4 cyllndar engine, automatic trmamiaaion, poimr staving, powar front diac brakes, AM radk), aiMrlor dacor group. Interior accant group, BR7lxl4 WSW radiate, ckMli aeaf trim, vantlMlon louvers, bright moldings. "No Ofw Sailer In Amerioif No 1947. *4695 .iC^^ MIAND NEW 1979 FAIRMONT 4 DOOR 6 cylinder englna, automatic transmission. powar steering, poniar front disc braw, air conditioning, AM radio, tint glaaa, Marlor accent group, axtsrlar dacor woup. deluxe bumper group, BATSxU WSW radials. vinyl root, pivoting front vent windows, rear ventliatton kwvars, bright moldings, color keyed cut pile carpeting. "An AaMrican Success Storyl" No. 579. *5495 LEASE HANK ADAMS Yow nmiT ran LEAK NM 1979 FANHONTZDR Powar etevrlng. Ak4 radio. 4 epMd, Mlarlor accant roup, strlDM, and more. No 2204. 1971 RM FMMNMT FUTWM Ghia opUon, power Maaring automatic transmtesion, air condWonma, tutona paint. WSW Hres, AM radio, covers and more No. 2065. iMBi nki • k H a B. SMI a iSJi rihiK V8, power stMring, pomr brtkM. air conditioning, tilt steering wheel, power windows, AM radio and more. No. 2131 M36" IM IM • UH I USES CAR!* ostSi irf sui mf icsT WHOKSALC THl UJT' 75 KK "tNIMCir 4 M. VB. auto. P/staertig-brakes. radio, vinyl top, P/buckel seats. WSW "Comfort & Economy" No 10388 WAI MIN •MUtT MU' $3266 74 FM an* t N. vs. Auk), P/staartM-PrMns, AM. AM^ stereo, vkiyl top. W^ "Perfect TransNo 1449A • tM tanf • •Muir sfU' 1999 75 MNCX aMTQ" 4 ML vs. auto, P/steering-brakes. AIR. AM/FM stereo. P/windowB & locks, split P/seat. vinyl top, WSW. "Full Sua Comlon" No 9W5B tWAI latM -MUST SfU' suauomron 3699 75 FOM MUSTANC "8HU" 6 cyi < soeed, P/steering-drakes. AIR AM radio bucket salts. 'i vmyt roof WSW Economy Plus No 1774A WAS tSSN •MUST SIU' lUS '2866 75 raNTUC "MAN IT vs. auto. p/sieering-brai(es. AIR. AM/FM wAape bucket seats, w/console. tiR & cruise, vinyl top 'actory custom wheels WSW Like New No 1699A tVAS S47SS •MUST SILL' '3688 Wl JUST 1 SAMPLE Of OW NUCE INVENTOIT! EXAMPLES! ONLY A PARTIAL LISTINGH 7ICNEVY V8 3 speed, bucket seats, body side moldings Only 2000 Miles No 1896A WAS SSSN -MUST SIU* uu miifs '4988 7iafVT-tlPMICUItt.''4ll. V8. Auto P/stering-brakas. AIR. AM/FM stereo, tilt t cruise. P/wlndows t Locks. P/saat. vmyi top. WSW J"Fa(nily_Sla;; No 648A WAS S44SS •MUST SIU bw ^affllly wn '3466 77 FOW in U" 4 M. V8, auto P/steering-brakes AIR. AMfM stereo, vinyl top. WSw Style & Comfort No 416B WAS SMN •MUST SILL' > biyie a uimron '4588 pm 71 FON -MUnAM' ve auto p/steering. AM w/taoe, buckat seats wire wheel covers. WSW stripes SoofTy' No R8?9 WAS SMti •MUST SEU* '4688 '77 FOM TUm 4 cyl. 4 speed body side Wagon No P3272 • WAS SMN • •MUST SILL' WM. )dp/sieerinfl AIR. AM radio molding. WSW "Economy 2899 74 PORTUC XATMJM" 4 M. vs. auto, p/steering-prakes. AIR. AM radio, vmyl lop. WSW Family Tri tatkw' No P332SA WAS SI1M -MUST SfU' '2188 '73 LTD "COUmT tQMNi V8. auto p/>ieering-brakes. AIR. p/wmdows & locks, spin p/seat. AM/FM stareo, tilt, luggage rack. \^ No 1325A WAS S27N •MUST SELL1988 'Economy 77 FOm "PUmi" WIN. 4 Cyl. 4spaad. P/staariMi AIR. AM radio, body tkle moMlng. 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The net cost for food for last year was |4,392 as compared to $2,605 and $2,549 the two previous years. The number of prisoner meals served jumped f^om 7,759 in 1977 to 9,798 in 1978. $1.8 MilKon Horiioa Drive Extensioii Approved An extension of Horizon Drive from Pacific to Boulder Highway at an estimated cost of $1.8 million, was approved unanimously by the Regional Streets and Highways Commission of Clark County Thursday. The proposal provides for an access allowing vehicle traffic to bypass downtown Henderson and travel through an undeveloped area to reach the highway. A Regional technical committee staff member said the new route will save about two minutes travel time. The route takes the place of a proposed expansion of Pacific Street which would have linked Horizon Drive with Boulder Highway through downtown Henderson. The route was opposed by residents of the area and the city council killed the plan and opted for Horizon Drive. Construction on the project would start about raid-1980. The road would run along Horizon Drive from Pacific Avenue, to Gibson Road and in two places along Gibson Road to Lake Mead Drive and Warm Springs Road to Boulder Highway. The $1.8 million pricetag is relatively low, according to the technical staffs recommendation, because most drf the extensive right-of-way reSee HOfllZDN DRA/E Com on iiQe 2 HENDERSON I I XXTlDi'l IXDVST&IiL CKITIK THl COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER PLUS WEIKLY SHOPPEtS DISPLAYINO MIRCH ANTS' MISSAGIS TO MOST OF THE HOMIS IN THE HENDERSON-BOULDER CITY AREA Our 3tstY0ar-13rtt Edition HENDERSON. NEVADA PHONE 564.1881 —All Departments Tuesday, February 13,1979 THREE COUNCIL SEATS, JUDGE POST, UP FOR ELECTION Old Vegas FiFe Investigated— First degree arson is suspected in a fire that started in the attic at Old Vegas Friday, according to Dale Starr, deputy public safety director. "We've had very few arson incidents in Henderson," Starr said, "but this was definitely set and if it hadn't been discovered when it was and if a copper water line hadn't melted, it could have been disastrous. An arson investigator is f Store Robbed The 7-11 Store in the Pittmaii area, was robbed by an unknown suspect of about $10 and police are investigating the incident which occurred early yesterday morning. According to police, the subject entered the store about 4:20 am, and picked up a six pack of beer. When he found he did not have enough money to complete the purchase, he proceeded outside. He returned with a $20 bill and as the clerk proceeded to open the cash register, the suspect reached into the register and grabbed two $10 .J)ills and his original $20 and fled. looking into the incident which occurred just before midnight. According to Starr, the fire started in the attic of the employes locker room in the rest room near the kitchen. When smoke started coming through the kitchen the fire department was called, however, it was out before the fire department arrived. Everyone was evacuated. Old Vegas is located on Boulder Highway in Henderson. Medianic Criticol A city mechanic, Ernesto • Urban, 46, is in intensive care at Sunrise hospital following an accident at the city shops. Urban suffered a serious injury to the head when repairing a tire with a split rim. The rim separated causing a part of the rim to strike Urban in the chest. He fell and struck his head. Urban was transported to St. Rose de Lima hospital and then to Sunrise hospital for more extensive treatment. He was placed in the respiratory intensive care unit and now has been placed in the regular intensive care unit. He is allowed do visitors. Police Dept. Explorer Scouts Graduate Sixty-six hours of strenuous training paid off for 11 young men and women as they proudly graduated from a unique law enforcement training program before their parents, friends, instructors and city officials during a ceremony held last Friday evening at the Elk's Lodge. The Police Explorer Post Academy, sponsx)red by the Crime Prevention unit of the Henderson Police Department under the direction of Officer Bob Lindsey, is designed to train young men and women between the ages of 14 and 20 in the fields of crime prevention and law enforcement. The graduates, members of Explorer Scouts of the Boulder Dam Area Council, underwent 66 hours of specialized training including courses in criminal law, fingerprinting, homicide investigation and police ethics. They also received training in first aid and the use of firearms which qualifies them for special citations. "The training is an oppor* tunity to prepare students interested in entering the law enforcement field. Graduates of the academy will qualify for positions as police department cadets," Lindsey said. The cadets will aid police officers in the field, supplying officer assistance and taking reports on minor offenses. The four girls and seven boys were screened for academy entrance according to academic levels, the ability to get along with others and the "ability to be an allaround good person," Lindsey explained. The graduates of Police Explorer Post No. 243 are Kim Bush, Rani Bush, William Clark, Jerry Cooper, Dominick D'Orta, Pam Keller, Richard Kilfoyle, Lance Nelson, Brcnda Taney. Gary Williams and Sylvia Zak. Sn EVIORER SCOUTS Ooatpigi2 C^^* Smif Voleiitiiie. by Dorothy A. Vondenbrink Have you seen Suzie Valentine 1_ iShe's a special friend of mine, :YOU can always tell her by her clothes For they are red and white, trimmed with lace and bows. She's a lovely person, this friend of mine. For she is loving, caring and always kind. With lips that curl in a beautiful smile. And a voice so gentle it holds no guile. She seeks out the lonely. Rejected and sad; Then in hw own special way, She makes them glad. Sometime with humor She will chide them a bit; And will dress in clothes designed not to fit, Just to show. There's no reason for being alone. For a friend. Is as close as your telephone. At times she appears with a long stemmed rose, '—" Or she may appear in funny clothes; But always she greets you with a rhyme. That makes you love this friend of mine. I hadn't met you yesterday. And so my day was sad and grey; Today we met, and my day will be fine, If tomorrow you'll be my Valentine. • "' ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^1 ANSELHO SPEAKS Robert Anselmo, public safety director for Henderson, is shown as he spoke to the police explorer graduation Friday. At his right is Albert O'Neal, director, exploring division Boulder Dam area council. Three Henderson city council seats will be up for election this year, in addition to the municipal Judge, according to City Clerk Dorothy Vondenbrink. The primary election for councilmen for Wards one, two and three and the Judge will be held May 8, and the general election is June 5. Filing for these offices, will open March 29 beginning at 8 a.m. and individuals may file during the regular working hours, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day until closing on April 6, at 5 p.m. The filing fee for municipal judge and councilman is $25. Two of the city councilmen, Phil Stout of Ward 1, and Gary Price of Ward 2, have indicated they will seek reelection. Carlton Lawrence of Ward 3 has indicated he is still thinking about it. Municipal Judge Jim Jensen has said he will seek re-election. To qualify for the office of municipal judge the individual shall be a resident of the City for a continuous three year period immediately preceding his election and shall be a qualfied elector. To qualify for councilman, the candidate must also have been a resident for three years and be a qualified elector within the ward he is to represent. fAnyone wishing to register to vote in the primary election may do so at the city clerk's office at city hall during the working hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The office is closed at noon. A qualified elector must be 18 years of age or over, be a resident of the State for 30 days, a resident of the county for 30 days and a resident of the precinct for ten days, be a citizen of the United States and has not been denied the right to vote by a court or law or dishonorable discharge and has registered to vote in theCounty of Clark. Voting at the polls will be from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. and the precincts will be combined into districts. The polling places will be the Pittman Women's club, the youth center. Basic hi^ school and C.T. Sewell elementary school. A complete list of the polling places and the districts will be published in the Home News prior to the primary election •v D.CDA 617. FPIENDLY FOD Rliw *T ceo